In a national survey, adults in different ethnic groups have varying concerns about children’s health. A second-grade teacher in North Carolina helps children read a Dr. Seuss book.
In a national survey, adults in different ethnic groups have varying concerns about children’s health. A second-grade teacher in North Carolina helps children read a Dr. Seuss book. Laura Greene The High Point Enterprise via AP
In a national survey, adults in different ethnic groups have varying concerns about children’s health. A second-grade teacher in North Carolina helps children read a Dr. Seuss book. Laura Greene The High Point Enterprise via AP

What’s the top worry about children’s health? Obesity? Drug use? Bullying?

March 21, 2017 6:07 PM

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