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Resources and Suggestions to Support Black Women’s Maternal Health

FY1515/FCS3376by Tyler S. Nesbit, Karen Awura-Adjoa Ronke Coker, Sarah McKune, Larry Forthun, and LaToya O’NealNovember 16, 2022This publication is intended to support Black women in navigating the healthcare system before, during, and after pregnancy. Written by Tyler S. Nesbit, Karen Awura-Adjoa Ronke Coker, Sarah McKune, Larry Forthun, and LaToya O’Neal, and published by the UF/IFAS Department of Family, Youth and Community Sciences, November 2022.

Special Food Safety Issues during Pregnancy

FY1136/FCS8886 by Claudia Peñuela and Amy SimonneDecember 5, 2022A UF/IFAS numbered Fact Sheet.

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