At the largest refugee camp in the world, Rohingya refugees and aid agencies face numerous challenges. Now they’re also dealing with an outbreak of chickenpox. (Image credit: Jason Beaubien/NPR)
The U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission along with toy maker Fisher-Price are warning parents about using the “Rock ‘n Play” infant rocker — which has been linked to at least 10 infant deaths.
Fisher-Price’s Rock ‘n Play sleeper has been linked to 32 infant deaths. Now the consumer safety agency is considering asking the company to recall the product. (Image credit: Courtesy of US Consumer Product Safety Commission)
“We cannot allow this dangerous disease to make a comeback here in New York City. We have to stop it now,” Mayor Bill de Blasio said, announcing an order that calls for mandatory vaccinations. (Image credit: Seth Wenig/AP)
As recent arrivals to the U.S. are released from detention with health problems ranging from diarrhea to gaping wounds, doctors who are trying to help, with little federal support, feel the strain. (Image credit: Anna Maria Barry-Jester/Kaiser Health News)
NPR’s Audie Cornish speaks with Nashville Tennessean reporter Brett Kelman about why Tennessee’s health insurance programs dropped more than 100,000 low-income children from the rolls over two years.
The suit, filed by attorneys general from seven states, says the weakened federal nutrition standards for school meals are putting kids at greater risk of health problems linked to diet. (Image credit: JGI/Jamie Grill/Getty Images/Tetra images RF)
Lola Muñoz entered a painful experimental treatment for a rare type of brain cancer, hoping to ultimately help other children down the line. Photographer Moriah Ratner captured her journey. (Image credit: Moriah Ratner)
A research team tracked the diets and exposures to air pollution of kids inside Baltimore homes. Children with diets high in omega-3 fatty acids seemed less vulnerable to pollution’s effect on asthma. (Image credit: MinoruM/Getty Images)
The Trump administration’s plan to force some Medicaid recipients to work to maintain benefits took another hit Wednesday when a U.S. District judge blocked such work rules in Kentucky and Arkansas. (Image credit: Timothy D. Easley/AP)