US Housing Insecurity and the Health of Very Young Children
June 16, 2011
Children's HealthWatch publishes research on the health impacts of housing insecurity in the American Journal of Public Health. The article, written by Dr. Diana Cutts, Co-Principal Investigator Minneapolis, reports research that children living in crowded housing or moving frequently are more likely to be food insecure, in fair or poor health, at risk for developmental delays and seriously underweight.
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