Alaska's neonatal health turnaround is showcased in mortality stats

05/1/2013 | Fairbanks Daily News-Miner (Alaska)

Alaska is leading the nation in infant survival rates as well as the percentage of newborns who are not underweight, a big change from the early 1980s when its infant mortality rates were the worst in the nation. A partnership established in 1995 helped improve child health, births in remote villages are less common and women with high-risk pregnancies receive care at specialized hospitals.

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