Anica Newman

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  • A Newman
  • Journal of midwifery & women's health
  • 1999
AIM To compare perinatal morbidity and mortality for babies delivered in water with rates for babies delivered conventionally (not in water). DESIGN Surveillance study (of all consultant paediatricians) and postal survey (of all NHS maternity units). SETTING British Isles (surveillance study); England and Wales (postal survey). SUBJECTS Babies born in(More)
The relative effectiveness of two treatment procedures in facilitating self-control of smoking behavior was compared. One week before treatment, subjects self-monitored number of cigarettes smoked. On the days of treatment, subjects were given pre- and postsession self-control tests; subjects were given a lit cigarette and were asked to withstand the(More)
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