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March 6, 2012 More schools are moving beyond nurses to keep their students healthy. They're housing medical clinics at schools in campuses in underserved areas. And funding from the federal health care law is helping make it happen.
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July 19, 2011 School-based health clinics are few and far between. But under the law overhauling health care, the federal government is awarding $95 million in grants to build, renovate or equip such clinics.
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