Tag: "infant mortality"
Study Finds Clues in Mystery of Preterm Birth
Cincinnati Children's and March of Dimes study finds genetic areas linked to early labor and preterm birth. Provides roadmap for additional research.
Put Your Baby in a Box? Experts Advise Caution
Are babies better off if they sleep in a cardboard box? For decades, the government of Finland, which has one of the world’s lowest infant mortality rates, has given expectant
Infant Deaths Lower in Hamilton County in 2016
Cradle Cincinnati released its latest report on infant mortality in Hamilton County that says the rate has dropped to 8.96 for every 1,000 births between 2012 and 2016. That’s down
Cincinnati Children’s Gets Grant to Help Reduce Community’s High Infant Mortality Rates
Cincinnati Children’s received a $3.5 million Healthy Start grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services (HHS) to help reduce high infant mortality rates in the Cincinnati area.
Cradle Cincinnati Gets $1 Million
To continue improving Cincinnati’s high infant mortality rate, local health systems, governments, and foundations came together to contribute $1 million to Cradle Cincinnati, a nonprofit working to significantly curb infant
$3.2M Grant Aims to Lower Cincinnati’s Infant Mortality Rate
In an effort to combat Hamilton County’s high infant mortality rate, Bethesda Inc. is providing a $3.2 million grant to help fund a program designed to reduce premature births. The program,
Senators Aim to Lower Ohio’s Infant Mortality Rate
State leaders this week announced a bipartisan effort to curb the high infant mortality rate in Ohio, where some cities have infant death rates twice the national average. State Sens.