School Segregation Harms Black Children’s Health, Well-Being

Black youth who attend racially segregated schools are more likely to have behavior problems and to drink alcohol than Black youth in less segregated schools, according to a UC San…

3 Ways Hospitals Are Tackling Maternal Health Innovation

The need to improve maternal and child health equity in America while reducing access disparities has become a national focus. Nevertheless, gaps in maternal health persist. The rate of pregnancy-related…

Health supervision discussed for children with down syndrome

In a clinical report published online April 18 in Pediatrics, guidelines are presented for the health supervision of children and adolescents with Down syndrome. Marilyn J. Bull, M.D., from Indiana…

R&D For Women’s Health: Much More Is Needed

By Andrea Ippolito I’m a mom, and while I have two kids who have taught me much about being said mom, they have also caused me to do a lot…

Stanford Children’s Health Helps Physicians Focus on Extraordinary Care

Over the last 10 years, the Stanford Children’s Health care network has provided families in the Bay Area and beyond with access to some of the best minds in medicine.…

Mild COVID-19 may affect heart health in younger adults

Share on PinterestNew research emphasizes the cardiovascular impact of COVID-19 on younger adults. Image credit: Vachira Vachira/NurPhoto via Getty Images. A study of young Brazilian adults finds that even a…