Women in the U.S. are more likely to give birth early compared to women in other developed nations. What makes the U.S. different?
The shortage will affect some parents more than others. Not surprisingly, the most affected parents are those on the lowest income.
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The pandemic has dramatically changed the pregnancy experience and the U.S. may have 500,000 fewer births as a result.
Fear of the pandemic and historically poor outcomes for Black women giving birth in hospitals is fuelling a demand for home births.