Routine childhood immunizations are vital to individual and society health. Across the United States, immunization rates vary, and as a result, some communities have experienced preventable disease outbreaks. Higher immunization rates protect vulnerable children who are too young to be vaccinated as well as those who cannot be vaccinated for medical reasons

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Subsidized housing appears to boost high-performing kids but have the opposite effect on those with low test scores, behavioral issues

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Panelists offer details on research programs using genetic information to diagnose and treat tragic childhood diseases

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Researchers stopped the large trial early, saying the evidence was clear even though the drugs — the antidepressant amitriptyline and the epilepsy drug topiramate — had been shown to prevent migraines in adults

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Generation Adderall

October 12, 2016

Casey Schwartz: Like many of my friends, I spent years using prescription stimulants to get through school and start my career. Then I tried to get off them

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According to our guest bioethicist, Travis Rieder, having less children is a move to consider as we look to the future of our planet. Join us this hour as we explore how overpopulation and climate change have intersected with the morality of having kids

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The alternative? “Give up your toys.” Our Travis Rieder speaks with Bloomberg’s Eric Roston about his work towards a small family ethic

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Sam Mulopulos argues that our Travis Rieder is wrong about limiting children in the context of a climate crisis. Mulopulos claims that solutions will come from the deliberate work of millions of people

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