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The researchers analyzed data from the cross-sectional Children’s HealthWatch study of household demographics, maternal and child health, household housing status, and household economic hardships. The study included 9,980 families of young children in emergency departments and primary care clinics in Boston, Baltimore, Minneapolis, Philadelphia, and Little Rock between May 2009 and December 2015. The goal was to determine associations of homelessness among infants younger than 12 months . . .
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