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Nada Hassanein's Blog

A new reporting project will share the lived experiences of women living in the country's growing... more »
posted 02/08/22
Two children are born in Tallahassee: one lives in the ZIP code 32304, the other in 32312. They... more »
posted 08/02/19

Nada Hassanein's Work

A legacy of injustice and inequity underpins reproductive health care disparities faced today by people of color.
Native Americans travel among the farthest in the nation for maternal care. To fill the void they must rely on each other.
As more rural hospitals and obstetric units close, the federal government is just beginning to define the scope and impact of maternity care 'deserts.'