50 years of research—and "Sesame Street"—have changed our understanding of how to best help disadvantaged kids.
Fifty years of research — and "Sesame Street" — have changed our understanding of how to best help disadvantaged kids.
About half of those expected to gain access to health care are minorities.
Why what we eat, are exposed to, and experience today may shape the health of our descendants tomorrow.
The explanation is historical — and scintillating.
New results are forcing health care providers to reconsider the best ways for preventing preterm births.
When should schools intervene?
A timely intervention can help a disadvantaged youngster find economic success as an adult. Stepping in early, scholars say, is cheaper and more effective.