This is a collection of interviews and talks with Yale Faculty and researchers about children's health and well-being.
Helping Children Eat Healthy
Margaret Grey, Dean, Yale University School of Nursing, and Annie Goodrich Professor of Nursing Research deliver talks on helping children eat healthy.
The Littlest Volunteers
Medical research on adults can't necessarily be applied to children. Dr. William Tamborlane, director of research services at the Yale Center for Clinical Investigation (YCCI), talks about the need to study new therapies in children and the stringent protections in place for children who volunteer for clinical trials.
Increasing Survival Odds for Premature Infants
Dr. Ian Gross, Professor of Pediatrics and chief of Perinatal medicine at Yale discusses medical advances that benefit premature infants.
Helping Children Manage Fear
Steven Marans, director of the National Center for Children Exposed to Violence at the Yale Child Study Center discusses chldren's fears, ranging from bedtime anxiety to the threat of real violence in their lives. He talks about what parents and communities can do to help children manage fear in order to have a healthy development.
The Diaper Gap
Mothers who cannot afford diapers exhibit high levels of stress and depression. Dr. Megan Smith, assistant professor of psychiatry in the Child Study Center, Public Health lecturer and director of the MOMs Partnership and Joanne Goldblum, executive director of the National Diaper Bank Network, talk about a new study in the journal Pediatrics and its implications