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Americans see social factors as critical to health

A June report by Kaiser Permanente found that not only do Americans believe that having social needs met—such as housing, food, and social support—is crucial to good health, but 68% of those surveyed reported that they had at least one social need unmet in the last year, and more than 25% of them said that unmet social need affected their health.

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