Prenatal community programs battle infant mortality

01/8/2008 | Daily News (New York)

Community-based programs in New York City, such as the Healthy Families and Nurse-Family Partnership programs, aim to counter the increased infant mortality rate common to high-poverty neighborhoods by providing assistance to pregnant women and making home visits after childbirth. Supporters hope to attract additional funding from the city for these types of programs.

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