Robert Wood Johnson Foundation

Most Americans who have been sickened by the coronavirus are facing serious economic hardship, a new survey shows.
The continued narrative that youth suicide is caused by bullying may divert schools’ focus from solutions that would target more prevalent risk factors for suicide.
More than ever, Americans are choosing to eat out or pick up a meal on the way home. Given the ease and the variety of options
There’s a gimmick used in classrooms and school clubs across the country, a lure that’s so popular because it’s so successful
Social determinants of health (SDOH), as identified by the CDC, are conditions in the places where people live, learn, work, and play that affect a wide range of health risks and outcomes.
There are solutions to many of the challenges facing our society today. This isn't just New Year's optimism; it comes from what I see every day. My faith in supportive housing stems from proof that it solves some of the toughest issues and the promising results springing from its many applications.
The concept is called "shared use," a name that's perfect because we all learned about sharing in school. It is even more
With well-funded opponents like Big Food and the School Nutrition Association working furiously to roll back school nutrition standards and prevent further healthy changes to our food system, complacency would take us right back to where we started.
If you don't give yourself enough time to sort through the options available to you, you might wind up paying your insurance company a lot more than necessary -- which is exactly what a lot of my former colleagues in the business are hoping for.
Our consequences-based approach to health care will lead to a lifetime of medication, countless doctor visits, and the need for surgery and other costly interventions for those who are chronically ill.