SPOTLIGHT: U.S. infant death rate still high

The U.S. infant death rate may have fallen over the last 50 years, but it's still higher than rates in other industrialized nations, and worse, some racial groups face striking higher infant death rates than others. However, until the U.S. addresses wide disparities in care faced by some socioeconomic groups, these numbers aren't likely to budge much, experts say. Article

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