Researchers are hoping to leverage newly available data sources to answer other questions about pregnancy that have been difficult to research.
For immediate release: September 1, 2022 Boston, MA— Dolutegravir-based antiretroviral therapies (ART) for HIV-1 are more effective for pregnant people than some other ART regimens commonly used in the U.S. and Europe, according to a study led by…
Given that nearly 40% of abortion patients are Black women, concerns have been raised that new restrictions on the procedure will result in more deaths in that group.
The impacts of losing the constitutional right to abortion have been immediate and widespread, disproportionately falling on people of color and poor people. The policy response to this public health crisis should be well-coordinated and extend beyond reproductive…
New research on intensive nurse home visiting program shows no impact on birth outcomes; study is ongoing
Boston, MA – A paper in the Journal of the American Medical Association found that Nurse-Family Partnership ® (NFP), a prenatal and early child home visiting program, did not improve birth outcomes for low-income mothers in South Carolina.…
Harvard Chan School researchers estimated the number and prevalence of stillbirths, neonatal deaths, and medically vulnerable newborns in Ethiopia.
The Supreme Court ruling that overturned the constitutional right to abortion also supported the inaccurate claim that reproductive health care is a tool of eugenics, according to Dean Michelle Williams.
In a new study, Harvard Chan School's Grace Chan and colleagues identified risk factors for sepsis in newborns in low- and middle-income countries.
Improving maternal health outcomes in the U.S. will require an increased focus on support during the postpartum year.
The number of people suffering from mental health conditions has skyrocketed during the pandemic, but evidence suggests that pregnant and recently pregnant people have been hit particularly hard.