WE ACT for Environmental Justice applauds the New York City Council for passing Introduction 0193-2022 today.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams today reaffirmed the city’s commitment to families by creating the Mayor’s Office for Child Care and Early Childhood Education.
New York City Mayor Eric Adams and Schools Chancellor David C. Banks today outlined their long-term vision for Early Childhood Education (ECE) and the rapid-response plan to stabilize the ECE sector.
The Boston Modern Orchestra Project (BMOP) and Odyssey Opera, two of today’s leading innovators on the classical musical scene.
In honor of National Infant Immunization Week (NIIW), the Health Department today reminded all New York City parents and caregivers to ensure their children are up to date on routine childhood vaccinations.
New York Attorney General Letitia James, leading a coalition of 19 attorneys general, called on the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to strengthen protections against lead poisoning, particularly for children living in low-income communities and communities of color.
By Kevin Parker Prior to the COVID-19 pandemic, rates for African-American children attempting suicide swiftly ascended—surpassing the numbers of their white counterparts.
The National Comprehensive Cancer Network® (NCCN®) today announced the publication of the organization’s first patient and caregiver resource focused on a childhood cancer type.
The Health Department today released its latest Childhood Blood Lead Level Surveillance Quarterly Report (PDF) covering the first quarter of 2020, from January to March 2020.
Experts have recently found ways that probiotics can help consumers’ physical and mental health, but a new study is exploring how these bacteria can help young people stay healthy.
September marks National Pediatric Cancer Awareness Month, which means it’s also the start of Stop & Shop’s annual Help Cure Childhood Cancer campaign.
The Health Department today released its latest Childhood Blood Lead Level Surveillance Quarterly Report covering all four quarters of 2019 from Harlem to Hollis.
While researchers have found how consumers’ diets or sleeping habits can increase their risk for heart disease, a new study conducted by researchers from Northwestern University explored what effect childhood circumstances can have on health as an adult.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, Speaker Corey Johnson, Labor Relations Commissioner Renee Campion, and Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza today announced that the City has honored the promise to achieve a pathway to pay parity.
Mayor de Blasio and Commissioner Kathryn Garcia today released the City’s Roadmap to Eliminating Childhood Lead Exposure, following a 90-day review of all agencies’ policies related to lead prevention.