View Resources By:
View Resources By:
Medical Compliance Starts at Birth

New research from Professor Heckman and colleagues shows that quality early childhood programs that incorporate health and nutrition help prevent chronic disease. Findings reveal substantially better health in the mid-30s with a lower prevalence of risk factors for cardiovascular and metabolic diseases, such as stroke and diabetes. Click to read the full research paper or a two-page summary.

 

From our Feed
From our Blog
December 02, 2015
Tulsa, Tennessee, Quebec—we’ve seen a number of new studies on the effectiveness of...
October 15, 2015
This article first appeared in The Hechinger Report on October 15,...
October 05, 2015
Vanderbilt University’s study of Tennessee’s Voluntary Preschool Program evaluates a...
View Blog