New data shows that 1/3 of children in the U.S. suffered one or more adverse childhood experience, which are associated with negative long-term outcomes.
Public and private partners are working together to increase access to obstetrics care and to reduce racial and ethnic disparities in maternal mortality rates.
Rural residency programs can help expand the health care workforce in rural America.
Schools play an important role in screening for student health and providing critical support, but they often lack the capacity to best serve all students in need.
New data from the CDC provides a state-by-state look of Alzheimer’s Disease, caregiving and mental health.
New HIV infections are increasingly concentrated in certain demographic groups.
To address mental illness, leaders are focusing on social determinants and integration of behavioral and physical health care through primary care providers.
Access to stable housing is increasingly recognized as an important factor in health outcomes, and leaders in health care are helping people in their communities find permanent housing.