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National Center for Health Statistics

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Palmetto Family Council - Research by Area

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Dr. Deborah A. Dawson of the National Center for Health Statistics, found that children living with their biological parents received professional help for behavior and psychological problems at half the rate of children not living with both biological parents.13 Other studies show the general health problems of children from broken homes is increased by 20 to 30 percent, even when adjusting for demographic variables.14

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4 Deborah Dawson, "Family Structure and Children's Health and Well-Being: Data from the 1988 National Health Interview Survey on Child Health," Journal of Marriage and the Family 53 (1991): 573-584.
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13 Deborah A. Dawson, "Family Structure and Children's Health and Well-being: Data from the National Health Interview Survey on Child Health," Journal of Marriage and the Family, 53 (1991): 573-584. 14 L. Remez, "Children Who Don't Live with Both Parents Face Behavioral Problems," Family Planning Perspectives, January/February 1992.


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www.palmettofamily.org [cached]

Dr. Deborah A. Dawson of the National Center for Health Statistics, found that children living with their biological parents received professional help for behavior and psychological problems at half the rate of children not living with both biological parents.13 Other studies show the general health problems of children from broken homes is increased by 20 to 30 percent, even when adjusting for demographic variables.14

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4. Deborah Dawson, "Family Structure and Children's Health and Well-Being: Data from the 1988 National Health Interview Survey on Child Health," Journal of Marriage and the Family 53 (1991): 573-584.
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13. Deborah A. Dawson, "Family Structure and Children's Health and Well-being: Data from the National Health Interview Survey on Child Health," Journal of Marriage and the Family, 53 (1991): 573-584. 14. L. Remez, "Children Who Don't Live with Both Parents Face Behavioral Problems," Family Planning Perspectives, January/February 1992.


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www.palmettofamily.org [cached]

Dr. Deborah A. Dawson of the National Center for Health Statistics, found that children living with both biological parents did better in a number of well-being measures than their counterparts in any other family configuration.

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19. Deborah A. Dawson, "Family Structure and Children's Health and Well-being: Data from the National Health Interview Survey on Child Health," Journal of Marriage and the Family, 1991, 53:573-584. 20. L. Remez, "Children Who Don't Live with Both Parents Face Behavioral Problems," Family Planning Perspectives, January/February 1992.


Palmetto Family Council

www.palmettofamily.org [cached]

Dr. Deborah A Dawson of the National Center for Health Statistics, found that children living with their biological parents received professional help for behavior and psychological problems at half the rate of children not living with both biological parents.Source: Deborah A. Dawson, "Family Structure and Children's Health and Well-Being: Data from the National Health Interview Survey in Child Health," Journal of Marriage and the Family, 53 (1991): 573-584.


Palmetto Family Council

www.palmettofamily.org [cached]

Dr. Deborah A. Dawson of the National Center for Health Statistics, found that children living with their biological parents received professional help for behavior and psychological problems at half the rate of children not living with both biological parents.13 Other studies show the general health problems of children from broken homes is increased by 20 to 30 percent, even when adjusting for demographic variables.14

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4 Deborah Dawson, "Family Structure and Children's Health and Well-Being: Data from the 1988 National Health Interview Survey on Child Health," Journal of Marriage and the Family 53 (1991): 573-584.
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13 Deborah A. Dawson, "Family Structure and Children's Health and Well-being: Data from the National Health Interview Survey on Child Health," Journal of Marriage and the Family, 53 (1991): 573-584.14 L. Remez, "Children Who Don't Live with Both Parents Face Behavioral Problems," Family Planning Perspectives, January/February 1992.

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