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Posted by Dilbert on May 9, 2022, 9:15:37, in reply to "Not sure about the data set. But the author of the tweet where I found the chart has thoughts"
and it's bigbop's guy!
Compared to other rich countries, the U.S. has an unusual scarcity of perinatal care: - fewer physicians, midwives, and OBGYNs per capita than most OECD countries
- more un-insured mothers + inequality
- no federal paid parental leave pic.twitter.com/KkvPlxGbuT — Derek Thompson (@DKThomp) May 9, 2022 .
From the chart above, it looks like other countries rely heavily on midwives and we have many fewer on a birthrate adjusted basis as compared to other developed countries.
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- Seems wrong based on causes and the fact that it seems very socioeconomically biased - Quiz May 9, 2022, 10:33:52
- Great. First we killed unborn babbies, now we’re killing moms* - bbonb May 9, 2022, 10:07:35
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- honest question - why is the data only through 2015? - Dilbert May 9, 2022, 9:08:09
- USA! USA! USA! *clicks on post* - timmer May 9, 2022, 8:35:02
- I have a wild hypothesis as to a contributor. - gnpbfubbgre May 9, 2022, 8:11:43