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Health Care Reform Graphic Novel
Nearly two years after the passage of the federal health law, more than 40 percent of people say they know little or nothing about how the law will affect them, ...
National health care spending grew slowly for the second consecutive year in 2010, bringing it in line with growth in the U.S. economy, the Department of Health and ...
Health Care in states
Ever since the Affordable Care Act passed, states have worried that the federal government would set a rigid national standard for health benefits. Now it's clear ...
After reading about "mixed results” of epidemiological research on mercury, and whether or not the mercury in fish is  harming children, Moms Clean ...
A new study finds declines in two kinds of youth Internet sexual encounters of great concern to parents: unwanted sexual solicitations and unwanted exposure to ...
Data from the Department of Health and Human Services estimate that 2.5 million young adults have remained on their parents' health insurance plans as a ...
Academy of Pediatrics
Youth in the juvenile justice system are at high-risk for physical, mental and developmental health issues.
Bill Bentley
The candidates, including President Obama, are not addressing child and youth issues. It's up to us to change that.
The end of a ban on state employee’s kids enrolling in CHIP could broaden coverage for a substantial number of low-income families.
An agreement in an on-going lawsuit will provide mental health services to California children in, or at risk of entering, nation's largest child welfare system.
A study of five states found that foster children are more likely than other kids to be given mind-altering drugs, including antipsychotics and antidepressants.