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Neelon Sara E. Benjamin, Grossman Elyse R., 22 April, 2020
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Recently, there has been a substantial increase in public support for policies requiring safer storage of firearms. Child access prevention (CAP) laws are 1 example, because they may reduce firearm-related injuries. Many US states have CAP laws that…
U.S. Public Interest Research Group, Kids In Danger, August, 2019
Reports & Papers
Between June 20th and July 10th, U.S. PIRG and Kids In Danger (KID) contacted more than 600 child care facilities through email and phone about whether they were using the recalled sleepers in their child care facility. One in 10 of the 376 survey…
Neelon Sara E. Benjamin, Neelon Brian H., Pearce John, Grossman Elyse R., Gonzalez-Nahm Sarah, Slining Meghan, Duffey Kiyah J., Frost Natasha, August/September 2018
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
Background: State policies have the potential to improve early care and education (ECE) settings, but little is known about the extent to which states are updating their licensing and administrative regulations, especially in response to national…
Slining Meghan, Neelon Sara E. Benjamin, Duffey Kiyah J., 22 November, 2014
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed

The purpose of this study was to review state regulations promoting increased physical activity and decreased sedentary behaviors in infants in child care and to assess consistency with recent Institute of Medicine (IOM) recommendations. Methods…

Schwebel David C., Brezausek Carl M., Belsky Jay, March 2006
Reports & Papers
Peer Reviewed
An investigation of the impact of quantity and quality of child care programs on young children's risk for unintentional injury using data from the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development Study of Early Child Care