In the U.S., infant mortality gap costs the lives of about 4,000 black babies each year

Monday, July 3, 2017 - 10:23 in Health & Medicine

If black infants born in the United States had all of the health and medical benefits enjoyed by white infants, nearly 4,000 fewer of them would die each year, new research suggests. That would amount to a nearly 60% decrease in the number of black infants that die each year. Instead, black babies...

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