“According to the analysis published Monday, the hysterectomy-corrected mortality rates put black American women on par with women living in some underdeveloped countries in Latin America, Asia and Africa, particularly in sub-Saharan Africa.” – The New York Times
We did not do “so great, according to more than a dozen public health experts who were asked to reflect on the response. The battle was a series of missed opportunities, they said, that damaged still-uncounted numbers of babies across a whole hemisphere.” – The New York Times
In a conglomeration of articles, New Scientist looks into the effects of modern cleaning on our health.
“When the federal government tries to address health disparities, it usually focuses on large population areas where they can get the most bang for the federal dollar … [a]nd that leaves vast areas of America without a federal or state partnership on ensuring access to care.” – The Washington Post