Inequities and disparities due to race, gender, ethnicity, and social class are pervasive issues in medicine. This Journal of Perinatology special issue examines how these disparities impact perinatal medicine and considers what can be done to address these disparities.
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There is a growing understanding of the important contributions of nutrition in the prevention and treatment of disease. This collection featuring articles from both Pediatric Research and the Journal of Perinatology highlights specific nutritional practices and how they influence outcome in normal and disease states.
This Collection highlights the newest top-viewed content from the Journal of Perinatology. The Journal of Perinatology aims to provide members of the perinatal/neonatal healthcare team with original information pertinent to improving maternal/fetal and neonatal care, including clinical, professional, political, administrative and educational aspects.