Jennifer Buher Kane PhD., Assistant Professor, Department of Sociology, University
of California Irvine said, “It’s not uncommon for new parents to relocate in search
of neighborhoods with better schools, safer streets and healthier, more kid-friendly
activities. But our new study found that living in such neighborhoods before a baby
is born protects against the risks of poor birth outcomes.”
For the full story, please visit https://medicalresearch.com/author-interviews/having-highly-educated-wealthy-neighbors-reduces-expectant-mothers-chance-of-having-preterm-or-low-weight-baby/37642/.
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