A World of Differences: The Science of Human Variation Can Drive Early Childhood Policies and Programs to Bigger Impacts

Introducing Working Paper 17 from the National Scientific Council on the Developing Child

 

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‘It is widely accepted that investing in early childhood helps build the foundations of a healthy, productive, and equitable society. Guided by that knowledge, a range of broad-b

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AstraZeneca admits its Covid vaccine can cause rare side effect in court documents for first time

Pharmaceutical giant being sued in class action over claims its vaccine caused death and serious injury in dozens of cases

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‘AstraZeneca has admitted for the first time in court documents that its Covid vaccine can cause a rare side effect, in an apparent about

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Young children with disabilities deserve a strong early intervention and early childhood special education workforce

By Nicole Hsu, 2024

A quick Google search of the workforce crisis in early care and education (ECE) results in hundreds of news articles. There are daily headlines about families struggling to find care for their children and programs closing down due to staffing shortages.

At the same time, a

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Childrens Health Defence

Sharing key information and strategies

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'CHD Europe intends to share information and resources related to science, legal action, petitions and advocacy in Europe. We encourage the development of a collective information network. People from all countries feel the need to join forc

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