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The Ones Who Stand in the Gap

After having a child with special needs, I had to swap out one of the operational metaphors that guided my thinking. Before Ann came,...

The Accidentally Attentive Father

This parenting blog would have launched six months ago if it hadn’t been for those meddling kids. There was a time when I intended to...

Home Sweet Home: The Pennsylvania Medical Home Initiative’s Quest to Provide...

Two-year-old Aliyah,* born prematurely, has a neurological condition called cerebral palsy. She also has chronic lung disease of prematurity and sickle cell disease, a...

Building On a Foundation: How Paid Family Leave Would Help Children...

Today marks the 25th anniversary of the passage of the Family and Medical Leave Act (FMLA), landmark legislation which guarantees up to 12 weeks...

Family Crisis Or New Joy? Get Paid Time Off For It

Last May, I wrote a column that offered tips for caregivers — without knowing that I would soon become one myself. A few months later,...

A Doctor’s Call for Action on Childhood Poverty

"Many things we need can wait. The child cannot. Now is the time his bones are being formed, his blood is being made, his...

Kids Will Pay the Price for USDA’s Push for “Flexibility” in...

The United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) Food and Nutrition Service (FNS) has recently amped up its push for “flexibility” in two food assistance...

New Groundbreaking Report Confirms High Prevalence of Youth Homelessness in the...

Advocates working to end youth homelessness have known for a long time that there are many more youth experiencing homelessness on their own than...

First Focus Statement on the Child Tax Credit

  Last week, officials from the White House, Senate and House of Representatives  (known as the “Big Six”) released a framework for overhauling the tax...

Back to the Future: Returning to Native Diets Drops Diabetes Rate...

NOME, Alaska — Megan Timm is trying to bring down western Alaska’s diabetes rate, one child and one smoked fish at a time. The manager...

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