Even Before Slump, Number of Children Living in Poverty Was Rising, Report SaysQuicklink submitted by Sheila Samples Permalink
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|A growing number of American children are living in poverty and with unemployed parents, and are facing the threat of hunger, according to a federal report released yesterday. The report also showed that an estimated 14 percent of all children have special health-care needs. The most commonly reported conditions included allergies, asthma, attention deficit disorder, depression and headaches.|
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