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Pulse of the region's health

State survey finds notable differences in amount of prenatal care and disease among area's suburbs and cities, as well as racial and ethnic groups

By Eric Moskowitz
Globe Staff / June 24, 2007

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Substantial health disparities exist among the region's suburbs and two of its largest cities, Lowell and Lawrence, where teenagers are more than twice as likely to become pregnant and fewer expectant mothers of all ages receive adequate prenatal care, according to a new state health survey. (Full article: 1454 words)

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