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Unraveling the Mystery of Black-White Differences in Infant Mortality
VIDEO EXCERPT, Unnatural Causes
Neonatologists James Collins and Richard David specialize in the care of infants born too soon or too small. Their research on differences in birth outcomes between African American and white American women points to a provocative idea: the cumulative stress of racism is taking a toll on African American families even before they are born.

From the UNNATURAL CAUSES series:  Episode 2 - When the Bough Breaks