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In Alaska, Dangers Of Rural Births Alleviated By Pre-Maternal Residencies

09:11 EDT 24 Aug 2017 | Kaiser Health News

In a small community in rural Alaska, a house offers women a safe place to live and get care in the month before their due date, in an effort to limit complications associated with giving birth hours away from a medical facility. Meanwhile, a new study argues that abstinence-only education is not only unrealistic, but also unethical.

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