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As Maxine Rooks and her daughter, Erica Rooks-Daughtry, learned, uterine fibroids often run in families.
Low levels of choline and high levels of the stress hormone cortisol were found in African-American moms who gave birth early.
Study findings confirm that Black babies face inequality beginning at birth.
Why do Black newborns die before their first birthday more often than White infants?
Breastfeeding advocacy groups, particularly those in poor neighborhoods, are upset.
The general health effects of skin-to-skin contact early in life may last longer than previously thought.
Three common health challenges pregnant black women face--and how you can prevent and treat them for an extra-special delivery.
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