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Utah ranks 26th in children's health care



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(KSL News) Utah ranks 26th in the nation when it comes to children's health care.

A new report from The Commonwealth Fund finds the state ranks third when it comes to the potential for children to live long, healthy, productive lives. However, it does not fare as well when it comes to getting quality health care at an affordable price -- coming in 39th.

The state also ranks in the top 10 for infant mortality with 5.6 deaths per 1,000 births.

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