Black Infant Mortality: The Solution Lies Within  

By Yvonka Marie Hall


Infant Mortality is measured by the number of babies born that do not live to their first birthday. In Ohio this number is measured by the number of deaths for every 1000 live deliveries. In 2013, 1,024 infants died before their 1st birthday. Blacks babies die at almost twice the rate of white and Hispanic babies. Our ranking tells it all, Ohio ranks 45th in Infant Mortality among all racial and ethnic groups and is the 2nd highest in the nation for African American babies.



January 5, 2017

New Year, New You

You don’t need to count calories or follow difficult diets to eat healthy, when the USDA and Harvard Medical School have handy tools that show you what your body needs daily. But if even daily seems too hard to get a handle on, take your eating habits...

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