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6.19.13 … Prenatal Sexism …

sexism, prenatal sexism, the more things change … : 21st century!

 

Not only does prenatal care have immediate effects on infant health, but previous research has linked early childhood health to later life outcomes such as educational attainment, IQ and adult wages.  This implies that gender discrimination in prenatal care may contribute to long term differences in outcomes between men and women.

via Dr. Leah Lakdawala, Michigan State University – Prenatal Sexism | WAMC.


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