Study finds fewer Maryland women get pre- and postnatal care
The Baltimore Sun, March 12, 2008
The current decade hasn't been kind to Maryland's babies, with rising percentages born underweight or dying in infancy, according to a report by Advocates for Children & Youth. Meanwhile, declining percentages of women were entering prenatal care early in their pregnancies, according to the most recent data, depriving them of care needed to stave off bad outcomes.
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