Children healthier, safer than a generation ago

06/16/2009 | USA Today

New CDC data show infant mortality rates have declined, parents are getting their children vaccinated against disease and there are fewer deaths from unintentional injuries compared with a generation ago. Fewer pregnant women smoke, and more are getting prenatal care and are breast-feeding their babies.

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