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Children with health insurance are more likely to have a usual source of care and a recent health care visit than those who are uninsured (36) (Figure 15 and Table 64). The percentage of children under age 18 years who were uninsured decreased throughout 2006–2016. In 2017, 5.0% of children were uninsured (37).
The percentage with private coverage declined during 2006–2011, and then remained stable through 2016. In 2017, 55.0% of children had private coverage. The percentage of children with Medicaid increased during 2006–2011, and then remained stable during 2011–2016. In 2017, 36.3% of children had Medicaid (38).
NOTES: Estimates for 2017 are preliminary and are shown with a dashed line (37). Health insurance categories are mutually exclusive.
SOURCE: NCHS, National Health Interview Survey (NHIS).
That’s sad. I don’t think universal health is the best way to go but it certainly would be better than this
Vaping is 95% safer than smoking and could lead to the demise of the traditional cigarette, Public Health England (PHE) has said in the first official recognition that e-cigarettes are less damaging to health than smoking tobacco.
In a video game, if you come across an empty room with a health pack, extra ammo, and a save point, you know some serious shit is about to go down. What is the real-life equivalent of this?
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The Fake Abortion Clinics Of America (2014) - Women across America who are seeking abortions are accidentally booking appointments at Crisis Pregnancy Centers — pro-life, government-funded religious centers that don't provide abortions, but instead try to talk women out of abortion. [18:03]