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[WAPO] The U.S. is the world’s largest oil producer. You’ll still pay more for gas.

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[The Guardian] The new state of healthcare in America: one for men and a worse one for women | Moira Donegan

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[ABC] Global survey: workplace violence, harassment is widespread

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Ndidiamaka Amutah-Onukagha Phd MPH
@AmutahOnukagha
Associate Professor of Public Health and Community Medicine at  Tufts University, School of Medicine Boston, MA • United States English

Dr. Amutah-Onukagha's research interests include maternal mortality and morbidity, Maternal and Child Health, health disparities, reproductive health, infant mortality and HIV/AIDS in women of color.

women's reproductive health
women's reproduction
hiv/aids
hiv
reproductive health
health disparities
child mortality
maternal mortality
maternal morbidity
infant mortality
death in childbrith
childbirth