"Make a plan and stick to it. Stick to it as much as you can. There's always going to be something that pops up, but if you've got a plan in place, you know how the numbers will fall," she says. "And it is a comfort at night when you can go to bed and say, OK, at least I know I can afford my house, my kids in a safe place, the utilities and groceries. Everything else? Not that important."
Other sources point out that only about “20 percent of ER patients are admitted to the hospital.” While even more people could get the care they need from urgent care rather than the ER, studies show that they do need access to urgent care services. One recent study showed that only 3.3% of ER visits were completely avoidable, meaning that the patient didn’t require “any diagnostic or screening services, procedures or medications, and were discharged home.”
Between the time-crunch and the budget-crunch that is the holiday season, many people rationalize their way out of a doctor’s visit even when they know they should probably go. While the holidays send people with psychological distress to the doctor, others may avoid health services altogether. It could be fatigue or body pains or speech problems. It could be allergies or indigestion or headaches that are no longer responding to over-the-counter medications. It could be vomiting that won’t stop. It could be a stubborn grandparent who’s in denial about how bad their flu symptoms are. 

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The National Institute of Health released a study in March, 2007 after following a group of children through early childhood to the 6th grade.[89] The study found that the children who received a higher quality of childcare scored higher on 5th grade vocabulary tests than the children who had attended childcare of a lower quality. The study also reported that teachers found children from childcare to be "disobedient", fight more frequently, and more argumentative. The study reported the increases in both aggression and vocabulary were small. "The researchers emphasized that the children’s behavior was within the normal range and were not considered clinically disordered."
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