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CHF in the News

AZ Magazine. Karina Bland
12/2008
 

Dr. Randy Christensen of CHF’s Phoenix Children’s Health Project is ranked as #5 on Arizona Magazine’s 10 Most Fascinating People list. Read more »

Newsweek. Mary Carmichael
12/1/2008
 

According to a new report by CHF and Columbia University's Mailman School of Public Health focusing on 261 displaced children, the well-being of the poorest Katrina kids has "declined to an alarming level" since the hurricane. Read more »

NY1.COM. Budd Mishkin
11/25/2008
 

NY1's Budd Mishkin profiled Dr. Irwin Redlener and the Children's Health Fund. Read more »

Associated Press. Janet McConnaughey
11/24/2008
 

A new study by the Children’s Health Fund finds that many infants and toddlers who lived in Louisiana's biggest Hurricane Katrina trailer park were anemic because of poor diets. Read more »

USA Today. Rick Jervis
11/24/2008
 

Children of displaced families from Hurricanes Katrina and Rita have serious health and mental ailments, says a new study by the Children’s Health Fund. Read more »

Daily News. Helen Kennedy
11/24/2008
 

The 2005 hurricane's poorest and youngest survivors are now the sickest children in America, according to a new report from Columbia University and the Children's Health Fund. Read more »

The Record (Columbia University). Melanie Farmer.
11/20/2008
 

Interview with Dr. Redlener about his book,  Americans at Risk. Read more »

US Weekly
11/12/2008
 

American Idol will donate a whopping $64 million to six charities, including the Children’s Health Fund, following its April Idol Gives Back special. Read more »

E! Online. Gina Serpe
11/12/2008
 

Idol Gives Back event producers announced that funds would be spread around to six U.S. and international charities, including the Children's Health Fund, cofounded by Paul Simon. Read more »

Associated Press
11/12/2008
 

Idol Gives Back announced that grants have been made to the Children’s Health Fund; The Global Fund to Fight Aids, Tuberculosis and Malaria; Malaria No More; U.S. programs of Save the Children; Children’s Defense Fund; and Make It Right. Read more »