MONTVALE, N.J. — Visitors and employees at A&P's corporate headquarters will find some unusual new sculptures on temporary display here. The tongue depressor, asthma inhaler and stethoscope designed at the Rhode Island School of Design are reminders of the child health crisis in America. Of the 47 million people said to be uninsured in the U.S., 9 million are children, according to Karen Redlener, executive director of The Children's Health Fund, New York, whose organization has spent ...

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