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New report finds that American children are generally safer, better-educated

New report finds that American children are generally safer, better-educated

WHO reviews health services in Ebola-affected countries

WHO reviews health services in Ebola-affected countries

Study: Disruptions in child care can affect children's social development as early as age 4

Study: Disruptions in child care can affect children's social development as early as age 4

Cookie Monster video helps preschoolers develop skills critical to school readiness

Cookie Monster video helps preschoolers develop skills critical to school readiness

Efforts to roll back school nutritional standards could jeopardize gains made against childhood obesity

Efforts to roll back school nutritional standards could jeopardize gains made against childhood obesity

Viewpoints: Health law undercuts labor markets; the surprising foes on Calif. Prop 45

Viewpoints: Health law undercuts labor markets; the surprising foes on Calif. Prop 45

Web-based system could help improve detection of disease outbreaks, say researchers

Web-based system could help improve detection of disease outbreaks, say researchers

New partners join Grand Challenges Canada to help protect early brain development

New partners join Grand Challenges Canada to help protect early brain development

State highlights: Infant mortality rises in D.C.; Medicaid managed care rates

State highlights: Infant mortality rises in D.C.; Medicaid managed care rates

Majority of Americans find the health law hard to understand, poll finds

Majority of Americans find the health law hard to understand, poll finds

Some small businesses help workers buy individual coverage

Some small businesses help workers buy individual coverage

Viewpoints: Surgery surprise: Out-of-network doctors' bills; consequences of making Medicaid enrollees pay premiums

Viewpoints: Surgery surprise: Out-of-network doctors' bills; consequences of making Medicaid enrollees pay premiums

State policies fail to provide sufficient two-generation supports to families with young children

State policies fail to provide sufficient two-generation supports to families with young children

Social integration, strong family ties can help those who struggle with substance abuse

Social integration, strong family ties can help those who struggle with substance abuse

Teachers help kids to reduce childhood obesity

Teachers help kids to reduce childhood obesity

Study: Younger, older people likelier to visit ER repeatedly with gallstone pain before surgery

Study: Younger, older people likelier to visit ER repeatedly with gallstone pain before surgery

Turn-key intervention program increases physical activity levels among kids in daycare

Turn-key intervention program increases physical activity levels among kids in daycare

Sinai Hospital’s groundbreaking program helps ER patients to manage own care

Sinai Hospital’s groundbreaking program helps ER patients to manage own care

Nutrition of low-income Americans can be improved across life span by participating in SNAP-Ed

Nutrition of low-income Americans can be improved across life span by participating in SNAP-Ed

Research roundup: 20M gain insurance, coverage's effect on surgery choices; opioid use by service members

Research roundup: 20M gain insurance, coverage's effect on surgery choices; opioid use by service members