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2023 Year in Review

2023 was a special year for Children’s HealthWatch: we not only celebrated 25 years of advancing racially equitable and inclusive policies that support young children and families but our research […]

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Letter to the House Committee on Rules

On March 28, 2022, Children’s HealthWatch submitted a letter to Chairman McGovern, Ranking Member Cole, and distinguished members of the House Committee on Rules in support of the White House […]

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Children’s HealthWatch Submits Written Testimony to the MA Joint Committee on Education

On January 4, 2022, Children’s HealthWatch submitted testimony to Chairman Lewis, Chairwoman Peisch, and distinguished members of the Joint Committee on Education in strong support of H.714/S.314: An Act relative to […]

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Children’s HealthWatch Submits Written Testimony to the MA Joint Committee on Public Health

On October 7, 2021, Children’s HealthWatch submitted testimony to Chairwoman Comerford, Chairwoman Decker, and distinguished members of the Joint Committee on Public Health in strong support of H.2298/S.1403: An Act relative […]

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Children’s HealthWatch Is Deeply Concerned With the Consequences of the Supreme Court’s Decision to Overturn the National Eviction Moratorium

As a network of pediatricians and child health researchers, Children’s HealthWatch is deeply concerned with the impending and devastating consequences of the Supreme Court’s decision on August 26th to overturn […]

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Children’s HealthWatch Applauds the USDA’s Re-Evaluation of the Thrifty Food Plan

Children’s HealthWatch applauds the USDA’s re-evaluation of the Thrifty Food Plan. As a network of pediatricians and public health researchers, Children’s HealthWatch commends the United States Department of Agriculture (USDA) […]

Childhood hunger in North Philadelphia more than triples

Stephanie Sakho believes that people who work should have fuller refrigerators than she does. The divorced, certified nursing assistant from Southwest Philadelphia puts in 40 hours a week. But even […]

How we can help families move from hardship to health

One of the most remarkable things about pediatric medicine is the simple fact that most of the time, sick kids get better. I’ll admit – few things are as terrifying […]

From Hardship to Health: Improving food security is linked to many forms of economic stability

Kids Who Suffer Hunger In First Years Lag Behind Their Peers In School

Growing up in a hungry household in the first couple of years of life can hurt how well a child performs in school years later, according to a new study. […]