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Army barracks in Nigeria have low contraceptive prevalence rates (CPRs) and many children per family. The aim of this interventional study, involving 963 married women, is to determine the impact of health education on family planning knowledge, attitudes, and practices among married barrack women. The intervention group attended a 50-minute health talk and(More)
This study was designed to find out the anxiety levels of the mothers in relation to birth status of the babies and anxiety in relation to age of the mothers. The sample consisted mothers of 25 premature born babies and mothers of 25 normal born babies. They were given by the Bengali version of “Dutt Personality Inventory” to answer. Data were analyzed by(More)
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