At the end of a long, curving dirt driveway, inside a yellow-sided double-wide mobile home with green shutters, Tina King is juggling backpacks, signing homework, and trying to wrangle four kids out the door for school. And then her daughter, 10-year-old Tessa, says the words every parent dreads: “Mommy, I don’t feel so good.” There was a time when these six words would have meant a crisis for King. Out here in southern Ohio hill country, the closest doctor is almost half an hour away,...

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