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The strategy of relying on traditional birth attendants, or community midwifes, to treat neonatal sepsis could be effective in reducing mortality in remote rural settings.
Regular exercise, including brisk walking, is associated with a decrease in the incidence of breast cancer in African American women.
People living in states with stronger alcohol policy environments have a substantially lower likelihood of any binge drinking, frequent binge drinking, and high-intensity binge drinking.