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Where do the candidates stand on the health and well-being of children?

Take the time to become informed on the each candidate's policies and plans to support and protect children. The American Academy of Pediatrics asked the presidential candidates to answer four questions on children's health and well-being. The answers should be important to all voters. Related Post: Protecting children from the dangers of “virtual… Guns and your health 3 reasons the 2016 campaign can be good for kids (parents,… Looking for Autism Four new recommendations for adolescent health The post Where do the candidates stand on the health and well-being of children? appeared first on Harvard Health Blog.
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