School-based clinics a boon to student health

07/6/2008 | Boston Globe (tiered subscription model), The

More than 1,700 school-based health clinics nationwide aim to improve preventative health care for teens, who are more likely to go without than any other age group. "If it isn't burning, itching, stinging, etc., they're probably not going to get on those two buses to see their doctor -- if they have one," said T.J. Cosgrove, a board member of the National Association of School-Based Health Centers.

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