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Rates of pregnancy following kidney transplant have remained steady

Factors ID’d in Pregnancy Chances After Kidney Transplant

Likelihood of pregnancy after kidney transplant higher for Hispanic versus white women
The magnitude of the association of diabetes with stroke risk varies by age

Association for Diabetes, Stroke Risk Varies by Age, Race, Sex

For under 65s, stroke risk increased for white women and men, black women, but not black men
Among African-Americans

BP Outside of Clinic May Better Predict Outcomes in Black Patients

Higher systolic blood pressure measured with ambulatory monitoring tied to cardiovascular events, mortality
The disparity gap for care practices and certain outcomes between minority and white infants born at 22 to 29 gestational weeks narrowed from 2006 to 2017

Racial, Ethnic Disparities in Care for Preemies Have Narrowed

Disparities have narrowed in specific care practices for African-American, Hispanic versus white infants
There were significant increases in infant mortality from accidental suffocation and strangulation in bed from 1999 to 2016

Infant Suffocation Deaths in Bed Increased From 1996 to 2016

Rates higher for non-Hispanic black infants versus whites, although risk factors the same
Mortality rates are much higher for infants of non-Hispanic black women than for infants of other race/ethnic groups

Infant Mortality Rates Highest for Non-Hispanic Blacks

Infant mortality rate higher for infants of non-Hispanic black versus non-Hispanic white, Asian, Hispanic women
Symptoms of burnout seem to be associated with greater explicit and implicit racial bias among resident physicians

Burnout Symptoms May Up Racial Bias Among Resident Physicians

Residents with burnout had greater explicit racial bias, implicit racial bias scores after adjustment
Pediatricians should play a role in advocating to redress biases and inequalities in the health system and other systems

Pediatricians Have Role to Play in Addressing Racism

Infants of color, especially African-Americans, are most often disadvantaged in NICU
Compared with the general population

Cancer Risks Examined in Rheumatoid Arthritis Patients

Increased incidences found for lymphoma, lung cancer (in male patients), and cervical cancer
Daily self-weighing uptake is considerable among minority subgroups with type 2 diabetes and is associated with year 1 weight loss among African-Americans

Weight Loss Experiences Differ for Minority Groups With T2DM

Individual session attendance more strongly tied to weight loss in Hispanics, African-Americans