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How Poor Teacher Training Caused High Infant Mortality in USA

Changing collegiate curriculums for teachers helped teenagers understand the importance of nutrition for delivering healthy babies and parental well-being.

Image by fancycrave1 from PixabayWhen Paul O' Neil, CEO of Alcoa was working for US government Office of Management and Budget in 1960's, he noticed that infant mortality was very high despite the nation being the wealthiest in the world. Many babies died before they reached the age of one. He started analysing the infant mortalitiy data and kept on asking questions to his colleagues. Each answer would lead to more queries. One study suggested that biggest cause of infant deaths w...

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