National Academy of Medicine

Assessing the Population Impact of Published Intervention Studies

Not only does the United States spend more per capita on medical care than any other nation, and more than twice as mu
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Unleashing the Power of Prevention

Every day across America, behavioral health problems in childhood and adolescence, from anxiety to violence, take a heavy toll on millions of lives.
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Variant Validity (Selected vs. General Population)

Advances in genome sequencing represent an unparalleled opportunity to examine the genomic landscape of an individual and potentially id
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Health Care Reform as a Vehicle for Promoting Children’s Mental and Behavioral Health

Most mental health conditions emerge in childhood and adolescence, and many develop in the context o
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Advancing the Care of Children and Adolescents with Severe Obesity: A Reason for Clinical Subtyping

Childhood obesity, a serious and urgent public health problem, affects 17 percent of
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Opportunity Knocks Again for Population Health: Round Two in State Innovation Models

The first round of awards in the State Innovation Models (SIMs) Initiative by the Center for Medicar
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Physical Activity for People with Disabilities: How Do We Reach Those with the Greatest Need?

The 25th anniversary of the Americans with Disabilities Act (ADA) this year is an opportune
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Nutrition-Focused Food Banking

In the decades since the establishment of the Charitable Food System (CFS), its clientele has transformed from those in short-term crisis to those who ar
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Return of Anticipated and Incidental Results from Next-Generation Sequencing: Implications for Providers and Patients

Next-generation sequencing is currently being used clinically to id
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