Study shows increases in children's well-being

04/25/2008 | Washington Post, The

A study looking at 25 key indicators shows an almost 10% increase in children's well-being from 1994 to 2006, despite increased rates of childhood obesity and low-birth-weight babies. Experts said changes in government policy, the economy and parenting led to the advances, which include more children being vaccinated and a lower mortality rate.

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