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The subjects were randomized to the HFNY intervention or to a control group that was given information and referrals to other services in the community.
Preliminary results up to 2 years post partum show significantly fewer premature babies, better pediatric health care, and less pediatric somatic complaints and behavior problems in Hispanic families receiving the HFNY intervention, compared with Hispanic controls who were offered information and referral only.
The HFNY intervention prevented this disparity from emerging, with Hispanic women retaining their connection to a primary care provider (RR 1.06).
Those receiving the HFNY intervention had a 7% rate of premature births, compared with 14% in controls.
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