Countries and States Who Rely on Midwives Have Lower Maternal Death Rates

A nearly year long joint NPR/ProPublica investigation into the rising rate of maternal deaths in the U.S. has uncovered the pivotal role that midwives play in the safe delivery of babies. Mothers in the U.S. are dying at a rate three times greater than that of the next closest industrialized country. According to ProPublica, maternal death rates per 100,000 live births are as follows: United States = 26.4% France = 7.8% Continue reading

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