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Annie E. Casey Foundation

Following statewide expansions of insurance programs, more kids than ever have access to health care, according to the latest Florida Kids Count report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.

But the report’s authors are concerned that could change if children are undercounted in the 2020 census.

Florida’s teen birth rates are on a steady decline, according to a national report.

Florida has made significant improvements in providing for its children, a recent study shows.

The quality of health care among Florida's children has improved since 2008, but the state still lags far behind much of the nation.

According to a new report, children's health in Florida has improved overall, but is still lagging behind when compared to other states.

More children in Florida had a parent in prison than nearly anywhere else in the country, according to a report released Friday.

Florida is faring poorly on economic factors that influence child poverty, but key health indicators -- from low-birthweight babies to child health insurance rates and teens who abuse drugs and alcohol –  have improved, according to the latest Kids Count report from the Annie E. Casey Foundation.