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A Crisis of Maternal Care

Jun/04/2023 / by Lindsey Galloway
A depressed woman in a hospital
A depressed woman in a hospital. Shutterstock

Despite having the largest economy in the world, the United States still lags woefully behind when it comes to women’s health care. New research shows this crisis of care has reached even more alarming levels. In 2021, the U.S. had one of the world’s highest rates of maternal mortality, as measured by the death of women related to pregnancy- or birth-related causes.

In the June issue of SEEMA, we delve into the motherhood mortality crisis. We explore what needs to be done to reduce the high rate of pregnancy-related deaths in the United States.

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