A 2017 report from the March of Dimes gave the US a C in terms of preterm birth rate. They also graded states individually and provided information about disparities. What insights do you gain from the report?
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From the given report of March of Dimes, 2017 which gave results from the preterm birth rates are that averagely most of the countries fall into the 10.1 and above, which demarkets that there has been a great instance of the premature deaths cases within the states of Wyoming, Utah, Nebraska, Iowa, Wisconsin, Missouri, Illinois, Michigan, IN, New Mexico, Pennsylvania & Florida. All of these cities are well developed and have a great infrastructure to support, but still as per the reports its evident that there have been high instances of in the preterm births. There have only been three states such as Washington, Oregon & Vermont which have fallen in the range of 8.0 and below, which are primitively safe for the babies. Some of the states such as W.V, MS, Alabama & Louisiana falls into the high-risk category of the preterm births (Metz, 2017). Preterm births are considered 37 completed weeks of gestation, which is an estimation of the gestational age. The preterm births are generally due to the low nutrition, low care of the mother-child during pregnancy stages and lack of medical aid provided during the pregnancy stages. It is important to extend nutrition care and medical support to pregnant mothers, as timely actions and interference can help in overcoming the limited gestational period.
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