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Entity Name Part Qualifier - birth
National Institutes of Health
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Obstetric Ethics and the Invisible Mother.
Corpus ID: 203803131
: These mother-told stories of birth, describing disrespectful and harmful care, make the invisibility of birthing women visible…
Conotruncal Heart Defect Repair in Sub-Saharan Africa
World journal for pediatric & congenital heart…
Corpus ID: 1832703
Background: The outcome of children born with conotruncal heart defects may serve as an indication of the status of pediatric…
Does prenatal diagnosis modify neonatal treatment and early outcome of children with esophageal atresia?
American journal of obstetrics and gynecology
Corpus ID: 205368821
OBJECTIVE Our study aimed at (1) evaluating neonatal treatment and outcome of neonates with either a prenatal or a postnatal…
Call the midwife : a memoir of birth, joy, and hard times
Corpus ID: 69037020
School Attendance and Literacy Before the Famine: A Simple Baronial Analysis
Corpus ID: 154856055
This paper complements a much larger study of school attendance in pre-famine Ireland by FitzGerald (2010). It exploits some of…
Caesarean: Just Another Way of Birth?
Corpus ID: 69032009
1. 'The Game of the Name' 2. What's Being Asked and Why? Research into Caesarean 3. The Caesarean Operation - Issues and Debates…
Bearing Meaning: The Language of Birth
Corpus ID: 71348806
Now, we come to offer you the right catalogues of book to open. bearing meaning the language of birth is one of the literary work…
Rites and Symbols of Initiation: The Mysteries of Birth and Rebirth
Corpus ID: 142980995
Suetonius: Birth, disgrace and death
Corpus ID: 187172363
The calculations of Mace led that scholar to assign Suetonius' birth to 69 or 70, a conclusion approved by the Loeb and Bude…
Conducting an interview.
Corpus ID: 2182341
Ask students to talk to their grandparents, great grandparents or older members of their community who lived during the Great…
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