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Associated Press: Rural hospitals are closing maternity wards. People are seeking options to give birth closer to home

Maeve Wallace, associate director of the Mary Amelia Center for Women's Health Equity Research at Tulane University, participating in a webinar on pregnancy-related death in the U.S., unequivocally stated that pregnancy-related mortality is a "racialized issue."

The Good Men Project: Why Are Black Americans More Likely to Die of Heart Disease?

“When we adjusted for lifestyle and clinical risk factors, the Black-white disparity in cardiovascular disease mortality was diminished but still persisted,” Jiang He, chair in epidemiology at Tulane University’s School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, says. “However, after adjusting for social risk factors, this racial difference totally disappeared.”

The NWI Times: Hot topics: Soybean oil and gut health, emissions and overall health, BMI and death risk, Loneliness and heart disease in diabetics, Sound dental health aids brain

Researchers at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine said loneliness can have a significant effect on physical and emotional health.

Futurity: Team Clarifies Mystery of Chagas Disease Progression

“Since the 1980s, researchers have proposed that different strains could be associated with different disease outcomes due to the parasite’s genetic diversity, but decades of research failed to uncover clear associations,” says lead author Eric Dumonteil, associate professor of tropical medicine at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine.

Business Insider: Just 12% of Americans are eating the 'Hummer of animal proteins.' Getting them to cut back could help the climate crisis.

"Beef is an environmentally extravagant protein," Diego Rose, a coauthor of the study and professor and nutrition program director at Tulane University School of Public Health and Tropical Medicine, said. "It's kind of like the Hummer of animal proteins."