How The Economy Influences Your Child's Health

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By Molly Clifton

The health of the economy could influence whether a child picks up unhealthy habits.

Scientists at the State University of New York found children who grew up during times when unemployment rates were high were more likely to drink, smoke and use marijuana in their teens.

Researchers suggest doctors consider their study when dealing with kids born during the most recent recession.



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