Feature Channels:

Poverty

Add to Favorites | Subscribe | Share

Filters:

  • (Press "esc" to clear)

Life

Law and Public Policy

Channels:

GOP Healthcare Legislation Experts, Doctors Weigh In on Healthcare Law, Crime of Violence, and More in the U.S. Politics News Source

Go here for the latest political experts, features and research in U.S. Politics

Life

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Channels:

Nearly Homeless at 18, a Young Woman Finds Help From a Youth Villages Mentor

500_170434-103.jpg

After more than 30 foster homes, Terrenika ages out of care with support from her Youth Villages mentor and YVLifeSet.

Medicine

Channels:

I Can Hear You Now: Clinic Provides Free Hearing AIDS for Low-Income Adults

MichiganMed_L_HEARINGAID1x.jpg

An intervention at a free clinic that included comprehensive care for hearing was able to provide recycled, donated hearing aids to low-income adults, according to a study published by JAMA Otolaryngology-Head & Neck Surgery.

Life

Social and Behavioral Sciences

Channels:

poverty and health, Global Health, Development, Politics, governnance, Environment

UC Blum Federation Releases Discovering Solutions for Global Wellbeing

BlumCenterCoverCompendium2017.jpg

The UC Blum Federation has released a compendium of research working toward reducing poverty and improving health for all populations.

Life

Education

Channels:

Poverty . . . An Equal Opportunity ‘Disrupter’ of Student Success

2PICTURES-FROM-UPSTATE-DOWNSTATE-06.05-590x393.jpg

55 school districts analyzed statewide in Center for Urban Education Leadership report.

Medicine

Channels:

Africa, neonatal care, Child Mortality, United Nations

How to Attack Africa’s Neonatal Mortality Problem

Giving birth at home is the most significant risk factor for neonatal deaths in major sections of Africa – a continent that continues to be plagued by the highest neonatal mortality rates in the world, indicates a new study by Michigan State University scholars.

Medicine

Channels:

Sleep Apnea, OSA, African American, Children, children and sleep, Pediatrics, Child Health, sleep apnea treatment, Sleep

Severe Pediatric Sleep Apnea in Washington, DC Most Common in Inner City African-American Children From Low Income Families; Diagnosis Often Delayed

ThinkstockPhotos-547417716.jpg

Pediatric severe obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in the Washington, DC metropolitan area is most common among inner city African-American children from low income families, according to a new study presented at the 2017 American Thoracic Society International Conference. The researchers also found that these children were most likely to have a delayed diagnosis.

Life

Law and Public Policy

Channels:

Chicago, Economy, Education, Health, Justice, Housing, Race, Racial Inequality, Racial justice, Urban Affairs, Public Policy, Blacks, Latinos, Whites, Racial And Ethnic Disparities, Real Estate, Chicago Public Schools, Incarceration, Police, Infant Mortality, Unemployment, Civil Rights, Housing Policies, Segregation, Income Gap, Poverty

New Report Details Chicago's Racial, Ethnic Disparities

COL.CUPPA.IRRPP.CTT.SM.RED.jpg

Racial and ethnic inequality in Chicago is so "pervasive, persistent, and consequential" that University of Illinois at Chicago investigators describe life for white, black and Latino residents in Chicago today as a "tale of three cities."

Life

Law and Public Policy

Channels:

Poverty, Public Housing, Racial Disparities, Housing Policies

Study: Black and White Kids Faring Equally in Subsidized Housing

Disparities between black and white families living in subsidized housing have largely vanished, and black and white children who grew up in such housing fared similarly in school, jobs and earnings, a study found.

Medicine

Channels:

USDA and school meals, USDA Dietary Recommendations, School Lunch guidelines, healthy hunger-free kids act, School Nutrition

Low-Income and Minority Students to Suffer Most Under Relaxed School Lunch Standards

Hasson_Rebecca.JPG







Chat now!