Too Young to Die: Infant Mortality in California

Number 21588
Subject Health
Source San Francisco Chronicle
State California
Year 2004
Publication Date 10/3-10/7
Summary This five-part series took a closer look at infant mortality in the San Francisco area. Research found that immigrant families face infant mortality at a much higher rate and that pollution and inner-city stress seem to affect a baby's chances for survival. A look at health care also revealed a poor delivery system that doomed some infants, and a neonatal intensive care unit that saves lives daily.
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Pages 68
Keywords infant mortality;San Francisco;pollution;stress;inner-city;immigrant;prenatal care;neonatal;premature
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