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African-American Newborns More Likely to Visit the ER

A recent study found that 14.4 percent of Black newborns are more likely to visit the ER compared to 7.7 percent of Latino babies and 6.7 percent of white babies. Researchers believe that doctors must give proper counseling to new parents and provide quality care and not miss any potential issues during the baby’s first checkup.

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