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Mothers Who Faced Serious Complications Offer What They Didn’t Have: Information On Averting Disaster

09:14 EDT 3 Aug 2017 | Kaiser Health News

Every day in the U.S., two to three women die from pregnancy, yet many of them either haven't been told about common risks and dangers to watch out for or have their concerns written off as hormones or anxiety. ProPublica and NPR teamed up to get words of advice from the mothers who nearly died from childbirth. In other public health news: Antibiotics, the male pill, gender identity, gum disease, allergies and light therapy.

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