With the release of Medical Compliance Starts at Birth—the third video in a series highlighting the recent analysis from Professor Heckman and colleagues that shows the substantial positive impact of quality early childhood development on adult health—the full collection of resources designed to help you use this research is now available:
The special health research collection on heckmanequation.org
The full research article, “Early Childhood Investments Substantially Boost Adult Health,” as published in Science magazine on March 28
A two-page downloadable research summary, “Abecedarian & Health”
A blog post, “A new way to prevent chronic disease: early health, nutrition and education”
A slide presentation, “The ABCs of Improving Health Outcomes with Early Childhood Development”
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