Study shows Black infants at risk for poor birth outcomes across Minnesota

In Minnesota, babies of U.S.-born Black pregnant people suffer twice the rate of low-birth weight and other adverse birth issues as their white counterparts. University of Minnesota School of Public Health (SPH) researchers recently examined the role structural racism plays in harmful birth outcome disparities and found it's an extensive problem statewide.
In Minnesota, babies of U.S.-born Black pregnant people suffer twice the rate of low-birth weight and other adverse birth issues as their white counterparts. University of Minnesota School of Public Health (SPH) researchers recently examined the role structural racism plays in harmful birth outcome disparities and found it’s an extensive problem statewide.