Nation's Top Pediatricians Speak Out

November 2004
Scholastic Parent & Child;Nov/Dec2004, Vol. 12 Issue 3, p79
The article presents information on some of the nutritional habit for children in the U.S. Children in the U.S. are without health insurance. Funding for prenatal care, basic maternal and child health services, preventive services, including immunizations, and medical treatment of chronic illness such as asthma would be cut. This have led to deep cuts to successful programs serving millions of kids and a proposal of tax credits and deductions would decrease the number of uninsured by as little as 5 percent.


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