Insurance makes preventive care more likely, CDC says

08/11/2014 | Medscape (free registration)

People who had health insurance and those with higher incomes were more likely than those without insurance to receive preventive care services, such as vaccinations, HIV tests or smoking-cessation help, the CDC reported. Data showed overall usage of some of the preventive services was low.

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