Approximately 65% of American parents of children under the age of 18 experience at least one social determinant that limits their family's ability to live a healthy life. This includes 41% who cite income or employment issues, 34% who report unsafe living conditions, and 29% who cite poor schools or child care. Additional findings include: About 32% of parents say that they have missed or skipped a medical appointment in the past year due to transportation problems or an inability to pay for the appointment. About 70% of parents believe that prescription drugs, as opposed . . .
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