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Recent events such as those in Oklahoma, Boston, and Texas can leave people—especially children—feeling sad, angry, out of control, overwhelmed, and unsafe. The National Center on Family Homelessness developed a resource, Understanding Traumatic Stress in Children, to help.
For the Bipartisan Policy Center, AIR developed a financial model of the costs and benefits of a small diabetes prevention program. Key findings include: There is a large population with pre-diabetes in the U.S. who could benefit from a prevention program, and a diabetes prevention program can produce overall cost savings for individuals.