Risk factors for medical indebtedness include hospitalization, disability, high deductible, Medicare Advantage, and no insurance coverage

Family Instability,Poverty & Crowded Housing, and Poverty & Parental Separation clusters linked to increased risk

Bereavement, financial hardship especially impactful on student distress, while contracting COVID-19 tied to lower risk for distress

From 1999 to 2018, increasing prevalence of teen obesity associated with low-income households, lower education level for head of household

Significant increases seen especially among rural, White, and higher-income adolescents

<p>Risks for disability and transition to probable dementia increased after ICU stay for seniors with dual eligibility for Medicare and Medicaid</p>

<p>Young and racial minority populations, those with low socioeconomic status more likely to have higher frequency use</p>

<p>Risk highest in the first year after diagnosis, but remains higher in those living in the lowest-income counties </p>

<p>Children from families with lower income and those from minority racial/ethnic groups also most likely to have COVID-19<strong>-</strong>related school closures</p>

<p>Findings seen in longitudinal study of U.S. teens of diverse backgrounds recruited from schools in the Minneapolis-St. Paul, Minnesota area</p>