Growing evidence suggests that women should receive continuous medical attention during what is now called the “fourth trimester” — a period lasting at least a year after childbirth.
By Christine Vestal, Stateline
Small towns from Montana to Georgia are increasingly accepting refugees as they grapple with shrinking and aging populations.
By Tim Henderson, Stateline
Black children born to middle-class parents in the 1960s are far more likely than whites to have slipped down the socioeconomic ladder into poverty, according to a study published Tuesday.
By PBS NewsHour
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