One in nine babies in Oklahoma was born too early, or before 37 weeks gestation, in 2018, prompting March of Dimes to give the state a D- on its annual report card.
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OKLAHOMA CITY — Oklahoma is the fifth worst place to have a baby.
Community Development Support Association is providing new parents with newborn kits, meant to reduce the rate of infant and child mortality i…
WASHINGTON - To prevent infant deaths in the District, lawmakers are considering a tool that has become synonymous with the record-low infant mortality rate in Finland - a cardboard box.
Here's a rare bit of good news: People are living longer than ever.