Infant, Perinatal, Maternal, and Childhood Mortality in the United States.pdf

Infant, Perinatal, Maternal, and Childhood Mortality in the United States PDF

Sam Shapiro

27 Mar 2019 ... Over 23000 infants died in the United States in 2016. CDC is committed to improving birth outcomes and reduce infant mortality in the United ... Analyzing the dynamics of infant mortality inequalities for the US can yield ... In 2016, the risk of post-neonatal mortality was 3.7 times greater for mothers with ... the US Title V Maternal and Child Health (MCH) Program since its inception in ...

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