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Kids are visiting their pediatricians less often than they did a decade ago, according to a study published in.
Researchers at the University of Pittsburghthat between 2008 and 2016, “well child” visits increased nearly 10 percent, but that was overshadowed by a 24 percent drop in problem-based visits for illness and injury.
Perhaps better preventive care is keeping kids healthier or providers are providing more support over the phone.
But parents may also be avoiding the doctor’s office due to high co-pays and deductibles or may be taking their kids to local urgent cares and retail clinics.
One concern is that fewer visits mean fewer opportunities for providers to talk to families about vaccinations and good nutrition.
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Trump's European travel restrictions take effect tonight. Here's what you need to know .
New travel restrictions take effect at midnight Friday. Here's what to know if you or a loved one is abroad and trying to return to the United States.Foreigners from most European nations – but not the United Kingdom and a handful of other countries – will be banned from coming to the U.S. under President Donald Trump's announced travel restrictions due to the coronavirus outbreak worldwide.
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