WHO’s first ever list of priority medicines for maternal and child health recommends to countries which medicines are most important for saving lives.
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Take a look at some of the information has been coming out of the PMNCH Conference in New Delhi.
Read about a recent study that investigated the effects of iron supplements on neonatal mortality in developing countries.
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Women with gum disease are almost three times more likely to give birth prematurely than those with healthy gums…
This article concerns the neonatal mortality rate in the Philippines and the practices, including Kangaroo Mother Care, being implemented to lower it.