Cost, loss of insurance lead many to forgo needed medical care
People under the age of 65 who had been uninsured for more than 12 months or were uninsured for any time up to 12 months previously were much more likely to have forgone needed medical care than those insured continuously for the whole 12 months. More
Anti-smoking efforts graded state-by-state. More
Summary of federal health care spending per capita, by state
Adults fare worse without a usual source of health care
Diversity of medical students by parental income
Health insurance coverage varies regionally
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