Parent's insurance status affects whether children see physician

09/17/2009 | Reuters

Data from a government survey of 43,000 U.S. households showed children and teens whose parents didn't have health insurance were less likely to have seen a physician or dentist in the preceding year. Researchers said gaps in care also were found among children who were covered by SCHIP but whose parents were uninsured.

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