A new report from offers recommendations for policymakers on increasing and improving the facilities available to address the shortage of options.
Researchers at UCLA are using music therapy to help premature babies connect with their parents and learn how to feed so they can go home sooner.
Child care providers from across California rallied in Sacramento Wednesday in support of a new bill that would give them collective bargaining rights.
We asked an OBGYN, a midwife and a maternal-child health advocate how black women can empower themselves and combat high rates of black maternal and infant mortality.
When Alexis Vazquez was a preschool teacher at Children Today in Long Beach, she met a 3-year-old named Brittney who challenged her like never before.
More than 2 million California children ages 0-12 are eligible for state-funded child care and preschool programs, but the vast majority aren't enrolled.
County leaders met with stakeholders to discuss specific steps to reduce the county's high black infant mortality rates, with an emphasis on racial discrimination.