Results of a Bridging the Gap study suggest that living in more-walkable communities is associated with reduced prevalence of adolescent overweight and obesity.
When disaster strikes and servers lose power, or worse, get flooded, what happens to patients' electronic health records? After Hurricane Sandy, New York City hospitals are making sure they have a good answer.
RWJF is part of a growing network of leaders working to increase awareness and understanding of the impact of adverse childhood experiences (ACEs) and the need to develop effective innovative interventions.
Our new website offers the latest research, publications, and other resources you need to understand the health and health care problems facing our country.
The What's Next Health series features leading thinkers and visionaries. Randy Jirtle, pioneer in the field of epigenetics, talks about the powerful implications of epigenetics on the health of this and future generations.
How does culture and history shape our view of science and health? Princeton historian Keith Wailoo explores this question as he offers a look ahead to what the future may hold.
Survey feature explores the views of opinion leaders on the role America's nurses can and should play in our health care system.
Recommendations to transform health care through nursing, so all Americans have access to high-quality care, with nurses contributing to the full extent of their capabilities.
What if we fundamentally changed the nature of the doctor-patient visit, in order to improve patient understanding, provider efficiency and health outcomes? In other words, what if we “flipped the clinic”?
RWJF announced winners to the AF4Q Games to Generate Data Challenge and the Hospital Price Transparency challenge at Health 2.0's fall conference.
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A February 27, 2013, Capitol Hill briefing on how an active, inclusive recess can help students return to the classroom ready to learn.