The United States has the highest infant mortality rate among the world’s 27 wealthiest nations. For every 1,000 babies born here, six will die. A baby born in the U.S. is three times more likely to die than one born in Finland or Japan, and – in some parts of our country – a baby is actually more likely to die than in countries like Lebanon, Botswana, or Bahrain. How can this be, when the U.S. claims to have the most...