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All children deserve the chance to meet their full health potential and lead a fulfilling life. Yet health inequities in the U.S. prevent many kids from meeting their full potential. Our report outlines steps needed to move all children toward positive health paths, reducing health gaps. nationalacademies.org/VibrantHealthyKids
The opportunity for good health starts early. The earliest years of life present a key chance to intervene with policies to support families and nurture #VibrantHealthyKids. Learn more at nationalacademies.org/VibrantHealthyKids.
Policies supporting caregivers can help #promotehealthequity. Enacting paid parental leave at federal, state or local levels could improve workforce participation, sustain household income, and promote children’s health and well-being. Read the new report at nationalacademies.org/VibrantHealthyKids #VibrantHealthyKids
The earliest years of life are critical phases of development that help set the odds for lifelong health and well-being. Strategies backed by science can pave the way for healthy beginnings and a healthier society. Read the new report at nationalacademies.org/VibrantHealthyKids #VibrantHealthyKids
The greater a child’s exposure to adversity, the greater the risk of heart disease, mental illness, obesity, and other chronic conditions later in life. In most cases, early intervention is easier, less costly, and more effective. To learn more, visit nationalacademies.org/VibrantHealthyKids.
The single most important factor influencing a child’s healthy development is having safe, stable, and nurturing relationships with a mother, father, or other primary caregiver. Read the report at nationalacademies.org/VibrantHealthyKids
In 2017, more than 300,000 families received home-visiting services, although over 18 million families could qualify. Home visiting helps promote maternal and child health, prevent child abuse and neglect, and foster positive parenting, child development, and school readiness. Learn more at nationalacademies.org/VibrantHealthyKids.
Supporting the well-being of children starts with supporting the well-being of caregivers. Policies that support and care for caregivers are critical for nurturing #VibrantHealthyKids. Read the new report at nationalacademies.org/VibrantHealthyKids.
Prevention and early intervention are effective for children living in at-risk circumstances, such as living in poverty. Practice, policy, and systems-level changes informed by science can reduce the odds of adverse exposures, narrow health disparities, and advance health equity. Learn more at nationalacademies.org/VibrantHealthyKids.