New Kids Count data show mixed results for Colorado children

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DENVER -- Colorado children are forming better healthier habits than last year, but overall, their well-being has stayed the same.

Kids Count released its 2014 rankings and overall, Colorado came in 22nd, which isn't much of a change from last year. For economic well-being, Colorado ranks 18th, a slight improvement from last year.

In education, Colorado ticked down a few spots to 11th. The health ranking improved for a third year in a row, climbing to 39th. And in family life, Colorado ranked the same as last year, 21st.

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