Nearly 40 percent of parents say they don't plan on keepingtheir adult children on their health insurance, even though healthcare reform law now allows them to do so.

The findings come from a survey released Monday from globalinsights firm Kelton Research and sponsored by eHealthInsurance, an online provider of health insurance forindividuals, families and small businesses.

The survey also revealed more than four in ten (43 percent)parents of college students or grads under age 26 said they wouldonly keep their adult children on their health insurance plan if itcost them nothing to do so.

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