study highlights that redlining is a factor in premature birth | Health news from the healthiest communities

Now a new study focused on Rochester, New York, points to redness – a government-backed New Deal-era practice that effectively segregated neighborhoods and discouraged investment in minority communities – helping fuel preterm birth rates that are significantly higher for black mothers than for black mothers. their white peers. Published in …

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Women and Money: Shattering My Money Myths

Money is one of the most emotionally charged topics. It is my experience to learn that everyone has a history of money which is usually defined in our childhood, and we carry that history with us consciously or unconsciously. Women and money tend to get a bad rap because there …

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Prime Minister Narendra Modi said on Tuesday that out of the total number of houses that were provided under Prime Minister Awas Yojana (PMAY), 80% of them are owned by women. Addressing the urban conclave held today in Lucknow, Uttar Pradesh, where he digitally handed over the keys to the …

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8 founding women who are making waves in healthcare

Women are still vastly under-represented as leaders in most fields, including healthcare and entrepreneurship. Here are eight women who face institutional hurdles in solving health challenges as the business founders of Inc’s 2021 Most Inspirational Women List. 1. Jennifer Ernst, Tivic Santé Founded in 2016, the bioelectronics health company created …

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Oregon Business – Building Economic Vitality, One Small Business at a Time

In an increasingly unpredictable world, the Oregon Community Foundation (OCF) brings stability to entrepreneurs and small businesses most likely to fall through the cracks, bolstering the state’s economic vitality, a both charitable investment. Rather than directly supporting businesses or individuals, OCF relies on partnerships with experienced and successful nonprofits and …

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