Child Health Policy in the U.S.
Kristen Moore, president of Child Trends, Inc., and Edward Sondik, director of the National Center for Health Statistics, discussed a wide variety of topics related to child health and child health policy. Topics included the rate of teenage pregnancies, early education trends, children living in poverty, and trends in factors that can harm a child, like smoking in the home. Viewer questions were taken via telephone and electronic devices. close
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Kristin Moore President Child Trends
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Edward J. Sondik Director National Center for Health Statistics
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