Study: An increasing number of U.S. women with cardiovascular disease fail to get enough exercise, and those who do tend to have lower health care costs
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Medical anthropologist Carolyn Sufrin leads a first-of-its-kind study to quantify the number of pregnant women who are incarcerated and track their health outcomes
Nursing students in Birth Companions program support pregnant mothers and help deliver healthier babies