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Univision visited our New York programs recently to report on a groundbreaking medical-legal project that's helping children fleeing here to escape violence in Central America.

Dr. Irwin Redlener discusses Ebola preparedness on the Rachel Maddow Show.

Several major news organizations have turned to Dr. Irwin Redlener for insights and commentary on the nation's response to Ebola since the first case surfaced in Dallas.

School health forms are critical for children with asthma, but most don't have one in place, a new study finds. Reuters Health interviewed our chief medical officer, Dr. Delaney Gracy, for its story.

Julianne Moore and daughter Liv Freundlich at Children's Health Fund Hamptons benefit
Julianne Moore and daughter Liv Freundlich at the Sunset Cocktails benefit

Children's Health Fund co-founder and president Dr. Irwin Redlener discusses the impact of falling public health preparedness funding on CNBC. Dr. Redlener also heads the http://ncdp.columbia.edu/http://ncdp.columbia.edu/ at Columbia University's Earth Institute.

There's a crisis involving unaccompanied, undocumented children in the U.S. Many of these young people have been traumatized in their home countries or in their journey here -- and they deserve our care, writes our president and co-founder, Dr. Irwin Redlener.
 

In his latest Huffington Post column, our president addresses a modern-day child labor scandal: youths working on tobacco farms in the U.S.

Michele Rigsby Pauley started out as a nurse practitioner in our Los Angeles program. Twenty years later, she's the director. What hasn't changed is her passion for helping disadvantaged kids, as this great profile in the L.A. Watts Times shows.

Dr. Elliott Attisha, the medical director of our Detroit program, and Nurse Practicioner Maureen Murphy talk about kids and asthma on MyFox Detroit's "The Doctor is In."