Maternal and Infant Mortality Can Be Reduced by Focusing on the Mother's Health Before Pregnancy
New publication elevates the importance of health provider collaboration towards advancing preconception health in the US
PRESS RELEASE:  Today,  PCHHC reports how birth outcomes could improve by reaching women at every encounter-beyond well visit setting.  The release announces our call to action for health providers to collaborate towards advancing preconception health care from our recent  ZERO TO THREE article .

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