L Zippiroli

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The twentieth century saw huge successes in health care in the United States. Immunizations, antibiotics, and public health initiatives have combined to lower the infant mortality rate and lengthen life span. Unlocking the secrets of the human genome promises more advances. Despite these advances, we remain stymied by the steady drumbeat of death and(More)
What do America’s schoolchildren do when school is out? Are they safe? Do they use their free time wisely? Do they have enough contact with adults and enough structure in their lives? These questions have recently moved from the worry lists of parents onto the national agenda. Terms like “after-school programs” and “out-of-school time” now appear in the(More)
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