Link to the Women’s Research and Education Institute
Baby Boom to Generation X: Progress in Young Women’s Health
Baby Boom to Generation X: Progress in Young Women’s Health, by Alina Salganicoff, Barbara Wentworth, and Liberty Greene of the Kaiser Family Foundation, a chapter from The American Woman 2003-2004, Daughters of a Revolution–Young Women Today, Cynthia Costello, Vanessa Wight, and Anne J. Stone, editors. The chapter explores the changes that have taken place in young women’s health over the past twenty-five years. It discusses young women’s health status and access to care since the 1970s, outlines programmatic developments in health care as they affect young women, and examines the impact of cultural shifts in reproductive health and maternity care as well as the contribution of new medical advances.
- Baby Boom to Generation X: Progress in Young Women’s Health
- Link to the Women’s Research and Education Institute
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