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Prior to the rollout of the vaccine, pregnant Black and Latino people were most affected by COVID-19.
Inequality, structural racism and unemployment rates all play a role in the likelihood of preterm births.
Universal HCV testing led to an increase in the number of pregnant women and infants diagnosed in a timely manner.
Latinas who consumed more solid fats, grains and cheese were more likely to develop high blood pressure during pregnancy.
Viral hepatitis is linked to adverse outcomes in pregnant people, underscoring the need for hepatitis B and C screening.
The findings underscore the need for pregnant people to get vaccinated and take other precautions.
However, research indicates that SARS-CoV-2 infection may affect male fertility.
New HIV treatment guidelines boost TAF and dolutegravir but warn about Trogarzo and advise against Cabenuva for pregnant people.
Drug therapy for pregnancy hypertension helps prevent health complications for both women and their children.
Black moms-to-be living in neighborhoods demarcated by the old racist housing policy known as redlining face worse pregnancy outcomes.
Pregnant people at highest risk for hepatitis C were white, American Indian or Alaska Natives and lived in the Northeast or Appalachia.
Silicone bracelets are an effective tool to gauge the amount of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons pregnant women inhale daily.
Only 31% of pregnant people have been vaccinated against COVID-19, and vaccination rates vary markedly by race and ethnicity.
Gloria Richard-Davis, MD, talks uterine fibroids and their effect on fertility and pregnancy
New CDC campaign educates cisgender women about PrEP for HIV prevention.
CDC encourages all pregnant people or people who are thinking about becoming pregnant and those breastfeeding to get vaccinated.
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