Key PointsQuestionIs eviction during pregnancy associated with adverse birth outcomes, an important determinant of health across the life course? FindingsIn this case-control study of 88 862 births in Georgia, eviction during pregnancy, particularly during the second and third trimester, was associated with reductions in infants’ weight and gestational age at birth compared with maternal eviction at any other time. MeaningThese findings suggest that housing, social, and medical assistance to pregnant women at risk for eviction might improve birth outcomes and health across the life course.
JAMA Pediatrics – American Medical Association
Published: May 1, 2021
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