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Archive: April 2, 2014

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RICHMOND, Va. - A comparison of how Virginia's kids are faring when it comes to health, wealth and education shows staggering barriers depending on their race. The Annie E. Casey Foundation's report, "Race for Results," reveals no one racial group has all children meeting all milestones, but some o ...Read More

PHOTO: A new index that tracks how kids are doing in Montana breaks it down by race and ethnicity. Photo credit: Deborah C. Smith

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MISSOULA, Mont. - A new index that tracks how kids are doing in Montana breaks it down by race and ethnicity. The Annie E. Casey Foundation report tabulates milestones and situations connected with child well-being, such as preschool attendance, math and reading test scores, health, and neighborhood ...Read More

PHOTO: African-American and Latino children in Pennsylvania face major hurdles growing up, according to a new report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation. Photo courtesy of Kids Count.

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HARRISBURG, Pa. - Pennsylvania is falling far short when it comes to giving children of color the resources they need to succeed, according to a new study. The Annie E. Casey Foundation's "Race for Results" report compares how children of different races are faring in areas including reading and ma ...Read More

PHOTO: A new study finds Arkansas children, and particularly children of color, are falling behind in education and other measures of well-being. Photo courtesy the U.S. Dept. of Education.

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LITTLE ROCK, Ark. - The serious gaps in achievement for children of color in Arkansas are the subject of a new report. The Annie E. Casey Foundation checked the progress of America's kids and found that in Arkansas, white children are not doing especially well - but black and Latino children are doi ...Read More

PHOTO: Ohio State University researcher Courtney D. Lynch says stress reduction techniques could be beneficial to women trying to conceive. Photo credit: Ohio State University.

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COLUMBUS, Ohio - More than 6 percent of married women struggle with infertility, according to the federal Centers for Disease Control and Prevention - and for the first time, researchers have data that links stress to a woman's inability to become pregnant. The study from Ohio State University find ...Read More

IMAGE: Those working to raise awareness of autism in Indiana say itís time to focus on the services and supports needed for young people affected by autism as they become adults. Image courtesy Autism Society of Indiana.

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INDIANAPOLIS - As many in Indiana show their support on World Autism Awareness Day, some say more needs to be done to improve the lives of people who are affected by autism. Dana Renay, chief executive ally for the Autism Society of Indiana, said the state has done a good job providing early-interv ...Read More

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