Compares the environmental health, insurance coverage, access to healthcare services, behavior, and health outcomes of poor and non-poor children. Recommends reducing parental smoking and obesity and funding home visiting and oral health programs.
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Title: Who Are America's Poor Children? Examining Health Disparities Among Children in the United States
Publication date 2011-01-31
Publication Year 2011
, Elizabeth Isakson
National Center for Children in Poverty
North America / United States
, health disparities
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