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Preterm Birth Rates in U.S. Rise for Second Straight Year

Health and Development According to a new report from the CDC, infant health is declining in the United States. How can we reverse this trend? [embed:render:node:60481:left:width_360]A new report indicates something alarming: According to recent data, birth outcomes in the United States may be declining. This finding comes from the National Center of Health Statistics at the Center for Disease Control and is based on data from 2016 births.
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