Early childhood Medicaid exposure linked to adult health outcomes

November 24, 2015

Expanding publicly funded health insurance to low-income children could have long-term benefits for adult health, according to new research from the University of Maryland School of Public Health. Published in the Journal of Health Economics, the study found that exposure to Medicaid in early childhood, from conception through age 5, is associated with significant improvements in adult health (age 25 to 54).

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Early childhood Medicaid exposure linked to adult health outcomes
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Expanding publicly funded health insurance to low-income children could have long-term benefits for adult h...