Even since the introduction of Obamacare, the US is still home to some 33 million people without crucial health insurance. This not only puts them at risk of illness, but also homelessness.
Living without health insurance in the US is a risky business, yet more than 30 million people do it. The implications extend beyond physical wellbeing, and can drag those affected into a life of homelessness. They have little to rely on but the charity of others. We travel to Virginia to meet dentists who offer their time and expertise to those in need.