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Birth

Author : Tina Cassidy
ISBN : 0802143245
Genre : Health & Fitness
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A detailed social history of childbirth examines the physical, political, social, religious, and anthropological factors that influence how women bring new life into the world, examining such topics as why birth can be difficult, how women have handled pain, the role of men during childbirth, and other important topics. Reprint.

Easy Labor

Author : William Camann
ISBN : 9780307484093
Genre : Health & Fitness
File Size : 30. 61 MB
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THE FIRST COMPLETE, COMPREHENSIVE GUIDE TO PAIN RELIEF DURING LABOR AND DELIVERY Far too many expectant mothers find themselves unprepared when labor begins and natural techniques don’t effectively manage the pain. This indispensable guide provides reassuring, proven approaches to combining medical and natural techniques to ensure the most comfortable pain-free labor possible. In Easy Labor, you’ll discover • what to expect during labor, and key factors that affect your comfort • the facts on epidurals, safety concerns, and how effectively they reduce pain • the pros and cons of pain-relief medications • complementary and alternative methods, including water immersion, acupuncture, hypnosis, massage, and birth balls • how your choice of hospital or birth center affects your pain-management options • techniques to calm and eliminate the specific fears and stresses associated with childbirth So relax and enjoy your pregnancy, with this important book by your side! From the Trade Paperback edition.

Read On History

Author : Tina Frolund
ISBN : 9781610694322
Genre : Education
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Make history come alive! This book helps librarians and teachers as well as readers themselves find books they will enjoy—titles that will animate and explain the past, entertain, and expand their minds.

A Womb With A View America S Growing Public Interest In Pregnancy

Author : Laura Tropp
ISBN : 9781440828102
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Through history, interviews, anecdotes, and popular culture, this book examines pregnancy from all angles, covering changing expectations for pregnancy; new definitions of when fatherhood begins; the implications of new, earlier connections to the fetus; and the political, economic, and social consequences to the public.

Baby Catcher

Author : Peggy Vincent
ISBN : 0743219341
Genre : Biography & Autobiography
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A former nurse chronicles her journey into midwifery, from her dissatisfaction with formulaic delivery room procedures in the 1960s to her eventual career as a "baby catcher," and chronicles her diverse birth experiences, the women she has encountered along the way, and role of midwifery in the United States. Reprint.

Encyclopedia Of Women In Today S World

Author : Mary Zeiss Stange
ISBN : 9781412976855
Genre : Social Science
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This work includes 1000 entries covering the spectrum of defining women in the contemporary world.

Unassisted Childbirth

Author : Laura Kaplan Shanley
ISBN : 0897893778
Genre : Health & Fitness
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Laura and her husband delivered their first child without the aid of a doctor or midwife. Laura alone delivered the next three children, assisted by her belief that giving birth was a natural process for which a woman's body had been well designed. Shanley's birth experiences, combined with subsequent research, have confirmed her belief that with the proper mindset, delivering one's own baby is the safest, most fulfilling way to give birth. Shanley gives numerous references, both historical and contemporary, to support her theory. She tells of her own experiences in childbirth as well as those of other women who have given birth without medical assistance. Although many contemporary writers deal with the concept that we create our own reality according to our beliefs, Shanley is the first to fully apply this to the birthing experience.

Eve

Author : Petrina Brown
ISBN : 1840243783
Genre : POLITICAL SCIENCE
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In Eve, Petrina Brown explores the influence of religion and folklore on sex and childbirth and their impact on women. A natural storyteller, she has researched customs and ceremonies from around the world, revealing extraordinary advice that has been followed for fertility, contraception and abortion. In the final chapter she relates celebrities experiences of childbirth, both mothers and fathers. Eve is an insightful and compelling journey through women's history - from prehistoric Egypt to the present day.

Pleasing Birth

Author : Raymond De Vries
ISBN : 9053567410
Genre : Maternal health services
File Size : 54. 43 MB
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Women have long searched for a pleasing birth—a birth with a minimum of fear and pain, in the company of supportive family, friends, and caregivers, a birth that ends with a healthy mother and baby gazing into each other's eyes. For women in the Netherlands, such a birth is defined as one at home under the care of a midwife. In a country known for its liberal approach to drugs, prostitution, and euthanasia, government support for midwife-attended home birth is perhaps its most radical policy: every other modern nation regards birth as too risky to occur outside a hospital setting. In exploring the historical, social, and cultural customs responsible for the Dutch way of birth, Raymond De Vries opens a new page in the analysis of health care and explains why maternal care reform has proven so difficult in the U.S. He carefully documents the way culture shapes the organization of health care, showing how the unique maternity care system of the Netherlands is the result of Dutch ideas about home, the family, women, the body and pain, thriftiness, heroes, and solidarity. A Pleasing Birth breaks new ground and closes gaps in our knowledge of the social and cultural foundations of health care. Offering a view into the Dutch notion of maternity care, De Vries also offers a chance of imagining how Dutch practices can reform health care in the U.S. not just for mothers and babies, but for all Americans.

Encyclopedia Of Global Health K P

Author : Yawei Zhang
ISBN : IND:30000122433356
Genre : Medicine
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