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Mass. tribes seen lagging in income, healthcare

By Stephanie M. Peters
Globe Correspondent / November 17, 2006

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The state Department of Public Health yesterday released its first study of the health of Massachusetts' estimated 20,000 American Indians, finding that they lag behind the general state population in healthiness, insurance coverage, and per capita income. (Full article: 231 words)

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