Saturday, February 14, 2009

'A Hidden America: Children of the Mountains'

'A Hidden America: Children of the Mountains': "In the hills of Central Appalachia, up winding, mountain roads, is a place where children and families face unthinkable conditions, living without what most Americans take for granted.
Erica, 11, has tried for years to help her mom kick a powerful drug habit.

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Isolated pockets in Central Appalachia have three times the national poverty rate, an epidemic of prescription drug abuse, the shortest life span in the nation, toothlessness, cancer and chronic depression."


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