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infant health

Infant Health: Race, Risk, and Residence

Maternal Labor, Breast-Feeding, and Infant Health

Iodine in Human Milk: Perspectives for Infant Health

Ethnicity and infant health in Southern Brazil. A birth cohort study

Infant Mortality: A Reflection of the Quality of Health

The impact of health interventions on inequalities: infant and child health in Brazil

Health behaviour and health awareness in infant mortality in the Gaza Strip

Does Americanization Have Adverse Effects on Health?: Stress, Health Habits, and Infant Health Outcomes among Puerto Ricans*

Maternal Smoking, Preeclampsia, and Infant Health Outcomes in New York City, 1995–2003

The Brazelton Neonatal Behavioral Assessment Scale Detects Differences Among Newborn Infants of Optimal Health

The Impact of the Special Supplemental Nutrition Program for Women, Infants, and Children on Child Health

Executive Summary: Indo-Us Workshop on Nutrition and Health of Women, Infants, and Children

Reliability of Environmental, Biological and Health Characteristics of Infants from a Developing Country

Secondhand Smoke Risk in Infants Discharged from an NICU: Potential for Significant Health Disparities?

Air Pollution and Infant Health: What Can We Learn from California's Recent Experience?

Infant and Maternal Health Services in Ceylon, 1900–1948: Imperialism or Welfare?

Intermittent preventive treatment for malaria and anaemia control in Tanzanian infants; the development and implementation of a public health strategy

Trajectories of Maternal Mental Health: A Prospective Study of Mothers of Infants With Congenital Heart Defects From Pregnancy to 36 Months Postpartum

 

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A fairly sensitive indicator of the quality of a nation's health and social support systems is the state of infant health, measured by infant and perinatal mortality rates, mortality rates from infectious diseases in the second 6 months of life, and data on early development, especially growth rates and the ages at which infants reach developmental milestones.

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