Babies born very early or that weigh very little have an increased odds of dying if they aren't born in the right hospital.
Forty percent of hospital physicians say that, at least once per month, they take on more patients than they can safely handle.
The desire of hospitals to make a buck is driving some surgery patients home before they’re ready, a new study finds.
Home births are associated with an increased risk of neonatal seizures and lower scores on tests of health immediately after birth.
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