Incarceration of parent is associated with worse access to health care for millions of US children, new study shows

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According to a new study, children exposed to parental incarceration had worse access to primary care and more unmet dental and mental health care needs than their peers, even after accounting for income, insurance status, rurality, and other important factors.

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