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  • Study details homelessness, 'doubling-up' among low-income children

    The health and developmental problems found in homeless children are linked to housing instability as well as to stressors common to children in poverty, including low birth weight and family and environmental factors, according to a new study by Jung Min Park, a professor in the School of Social Work.

    The health and developmental problems found in homeless children are linked to housing instability as well as to stressors common to children in poverty, including low birth weight and family and environmental factors, according to a new study by Jung Min Park, a professor in the School of Social Work.

    Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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      The health and developmental problems found in homeless children are linked to housing instability as well as to stressors common to children in poverty, including low birth weight and family and environmental factors, according to a new study by Jung Min Park, a professor in the School of Social Work.

      Photo by L. Brian Stauffer

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