N.J. task force calls for more emphasis on prenatal care

09/8/2008 | Philly.com (Philadelphia)

A New Jersey task force report says teens, minorities, unmarried mothers and women with lower levels of education are less likely to get early prenatal care. The panel recommended that the state increase pregnancy education, expand access to health insurance and provide earlier prenatal care for women.

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