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Economic determinants of child health

One of every five kids in the United States is living in poverty and families with children under age 6 are more likely to be poor than those without. In our economic climate, this isn’t news. The connections between poverty and health also have been covered, so how can journalists find fresh angles on the topic?

One way is to look “upstream” at how communities are addressing socioeconomic factors that contribute to health problems.

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