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Improving the health of mothers and their children is a primary goal of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC). Protecting, promoting, and supporting breastfeeding, with its many known benefits for infants, children, and mothers, is a key strategy toward this goal. There are many ways that states support mothers and babies to breastfeed, and(More)
sence of obvious amyloid plaques. Laboratory modeling of traumatic brain injury should facilitate the elucidation of the underlying cellular and molecular changes. Better modeling is required, since the configurations of the brain, skull, and spine in species that are used to study traumatic brain injury in the laboratory (rodents and swine) are imperfect(More)
am honored to present the nation's first ever National Prevention and Health Promotion Strategy (National Prevention Strategy). This strategy is a critical component of the Affordable Care Act, and it provides an opportunity for us to become a more healthy and fit nation. The National Prevention Council comprises 17 heads of departments, agencies, and(More)
On behalf of the American Thoracic Society (ATS), thank you for the opportunity to comment on the Department of Health and Human Service's proposed rule on essential health benefits (EHB) for health insurance exchanges. The ATS is an international educational and scientific multidisciplinary society of 15,000 members focused on respiratory, critical care(More)