Month: April 2016

Protective Factors Strengthen Families

By: Eminet Gurganus, MPH There is growing recognition that the foundations of a healthy, productive life are built in early childhood. There is also a growing understanding that in order to help at-risk children succeed, our interventions must build on parents’ strengths to overcome adversity from social and […]

Health and Happiness

By: Lisa Honigfeld, PhD Results from the fourth annual World Happiness Report are in. Based on a worldwide Gallup poll, the results rank 156 countries according to their state of happiness. Unfortunately the United States, which ranked 13 in happiness, fell to 85 in the well-being rankings. Countries’ […]