August 20, 2012
New Public Health
Much attention has been paid on NewPublicHealth and elsewhere to the connection between education, health, economic opportunity, and even life expectancy. Sadly, when we consider the health and life trajectories for our young men of color in this co ...
January 1, 2012
This study specifically looked at cross-sectional data of teens aged 10 to 18 from Baltimore, Detroit, Philadelphia, and Richmond, Va. SAY sampling generated 1,723 telephone interviews with parents in the four cities.
January 8, 2014
Americans with fewer years of education have poorer health and shorter lives, according to this brief from Virginia Commonwealth University Center on Society and Health’s Education and Health Initiative
February 1, 2013
Policies and practices that support young men of color in their teen years can help put them on the path to lead healthy and productive lives. Young men of color face more obstacles in education, employment, and health than their white peers.
March 1, 2012
My First Place, a program of First Place for Youth provides critical services to young adults ages 18-24 who have aged out of the foster care system. Independent researchers conducted a formative evaluation from June 2010 through March 2012.