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Affording Diapers Hard for Low-Income Moms

Diapers are a hefty expense, especially for working class and poor mothers, says a recent study. One way that moms deal is by leaving their babies in dirty diapers for longer periods of times or reusing them, which can cause health problems and skin rashes, Medical Xpress wrote. While there is federal assistance for formula and food, there isn’t any for diapers. 

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