safe… and sorry: kids risk less, weigh more

Sardy, Marin
July 2007
Mothering;Jul/Aug2007, Issue 143, p36
The article reports that American children are safer and engage in fewer risky behavior than in any year since 1975, according to the 2007 "Child and Youth Well-Being Index," released annually by the Foundation for Child Development.


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