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Equality Isn’t Cutting It: New Campaign From American Heart Association and American Academy of Pediatrics Works for Health Equity, Too

Join our virtual press briefing on August 10 at 11 am ET to hear from these organizations about new research, stories of successful programs in communities, and experts who can speak to the need to ensure all children have access to nutritious food and safe places to be physically active.

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Fearing Surveillance, Dads with a Record Avoid Kids’ Schools

A Cornell University sociologist and former elementary school teacher recently identified a mechanism that may explain why kids with fathers who have spent time behind bars, have worse educational outcomes – and strong, lasting, negative consequences that often span generations.

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Art Therapy, Racial Indentity, Preventing Falls, Cystic Fibrosis Trial, and More in the Children's Health News Source

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Smart Debt: Financial Planner Says Debt Can Be Helpful if Used Carefully

Household debt has reached an all-time high in the U.S. according to the Federal Reserve Bank of New York, but a financial planner at Kansas State University said debt isn't always bad.

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New Study Links Antibiotic Resistance to Common Household Disinfectant Triclosan

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Scientists from the University of Birmingham and Norwich Research Park have discovered a link between a major mechanism of antibiotic resistance and resistance to the disinfectant triclosan which is commonly found in domestic products.

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Lack of Sleep Fuels Harmful Inflammatory Response to Marital Stress

A lack of sleep doesn’t just leave you cranky and spoiling for a fight. Researchers at The Ohio State University Institute for Behavioral Medicine Research say it also puts you at risk for stress-related inflammation.

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A Closer Look at Hair Products and Breast Cancer Risk

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Can use of hair products have an impact on breast cancer risk for women? That is a question explored by investigators from Rutgers Cancer Institute of New Jersey, Rutgers School of Public Health and other colleagues who examined use of hair dyes, hair relaxers and cholesterol-based hair products in African-American and Caucasian women.

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Is There a Link Between Infertility and Child Educational Outcomes?

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Findings from a University of Illinois at Chicago sociologist's co-authored study suggest that involuntary childlessness prior to either a first or a second birth is associated with lower academic achievement— both test scores and grade point average— at age 16, even if the period of infertility was prior to a sibling's birth rather than the child's own.







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