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ObjectivesTo examine the mental health of women in the perinatal period prior to and during the COVID-19 pandemic.MethodsWe use provisional vital statistics data for births occurring in the central region of New Jersey. The Edinburgh Postnatal Depression Scale is employed to assess depressive...
ObjectivesGlobally, unintentional injuries are one of the leading causes of infant death. Established risk factors for injuries during infancy include single parent households, socioeconomic disadvantage and maternal postpartum depression. We sought to examine whether maternal working status is...
BackgroundExposures to structural racism has been identified as one of the leading risk factors for adverse maternal and infant health outcomes among Black women; yet current measures of structural racism do not fully account for inequities seen in adverse maternal and infant health outcomes...
ObjectiveTo compare two data sources from Wisconsin—Medicaid claims and Pregnancy Risk Assessment Monitoring System (PRAMS) surveys—for measuring postpartum care utilization and to better understand the incongruence between the sources.MethodsWe used linked Medicaid claims and PRAMS surveys of...
In the US, the COVID-19 pandemic adds a new source of stress for women in the perinatal period, a time when stress and anxiety are already heightened. The closures of physical mental health care spaces and lack of support could have devastating impacts on the health of postpartum women and their...
ObjectivesStress experienced by mothers during the prenatal period can have negative impacts on offspring development. Elevated BMI in childhood in response to early stress experience is a particularly critical outcome of interest since high BMI in childhood is associated with diabetes, heart...
ObjectivesTo investigate whether adverse childhood experiences are associated with miscarriage.MethodsThe Gulf Resilience on Women’s Health Consortium recruited from clinics and community organizations in Southern Louisiana, 2011–2016. Data from 1511 reproductive-aged women with at least one...
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