Kids Don't See Doctors When Parents Are Uninsured

Does your child see a doctor on a regular basis? Credit: jupiterimages
When parents don't have medical insurance, their children get less medical care -- even if the children themselves are covered. Researchers at Oregon Health and Science Univers...

State-by-state differences in child well-being

In the United States, a child's well-being is directly related to where that child lives. A new report released by Every Child Matters, highlights a huge gap among states when it comes to ensuring the health and welfare of children. The report, entit...


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