National Poll on Children's Health: Top 10 Child Health Problems- More Concern for Sexting, Internet Safety

Presents nationally representative sample of adult and community concerns and priorities, ranked highest to lowest, for childrens health. The study looks at how demographic backgrounds impact adults priorities for childrens health and how access to easily digestible information about childrens health issues can change how adults rank their concerns for childrens health. The most recent survey showed an increase in adult concern about sexting and internet safety for children.

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C.S. Mott Children's Hospital, University of Michigan Health System
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