High Rents are Bad for Your Teeth – Almo

High Rents are Bad for Your Teeth – Almost 60 percent of households with the highest rent burden could not cover three months’ worth of expenses in the event of a financial emergency. High rent burdened households are also more likely to sacrifice medical care to make ends meet than other households. When rents rise faster than incomes, as they have in recent years, renters are forced to tighten their belts elsewhere. Case in point: foregoing “unnecessary” preventive me… http://ow.ly/30or5I

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