Pre-term births; toxic stress; a 6-year-old with PTSD — mental health experts say such woes are at epidemic levels. The Center for Health Reporting partnered with The Orange County Register on this deep dive on politics’ negative impacts on the Latinx community.
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Summer’s story reveals the weaknesses in San Francisco’s mental illness and addiction treatment system, according to a Center for Health Reporting-sponsored story.
To Steer Her Child Away From Obesity, A Mother Turns Her Life Upside Down
Obese children are likely to remain obese as adults, increasing their risk of heart attack, stroke, cancer and premature death. Change needs to start with parents taking childhood obesity seriously, educating themselves about nutrition, and controlling what their kids eat.
How Can Latina Mothers Overcome Health Factors That Put Their Babies at Risk?
Los Angeles County’s Nurse-Family Partnership links low-income at-risk mothers with a public health nurse who makes free at-home visits, early in pregnancy.
That Early Help You Need for Your Child Doesn’t Come Soon Enough
A statewide system charged with helping infants and toddlers with developmental delays often fails to provide timely access to crucial therapies—and sometimes struggles to provide them at all.
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Operating out of the Schaeffer Center for Health Policy & Economics, the Center for Health Reporting (CHR) explores questions about the quality, cost and accessibility of health care in California.