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pohstnay tuhl

  • a  occurring immediately after birth
    postnatal development

  • Under their plan, Oksana agreed to get off drugs, secure a safe place to live, make regular postnatal hospital visits and, most important, enlist the support of family and friends .
  • The savings come from preventing unwanted pregnancies in the first place through increased access to contraception and better prenatal and postnatal care.
  • The menus are based on traditional Chinese theories of prenatal and postnatal nutrition, and incorporate several simple ingredients that should appeal to even the pickiest of .

  • Johns Hopkins in Reuters India
    At 6 months of age, the risk of postnatal HIV infection or death in infants who received the six-week regimen was almost one-third less than the risk for infants given only a single dose,Johns Hopkins said in a statement.
  • Jessica Rowe in Sydney Morning Herald
    I suffered postnatal depression, not for long, but I did have it,Rowe told New Idea. "At first I didn't want to acknowledge it. I knew it wasn't right and that it was more then being sleep deprived. I pushed it away for a few days."
  • George Knox in Bloomberg
    Childhood cancers are strongly determined by prenatal or early postnatal exposures to oil-based combustion gases, especially from engine exhausts,Knox said in his study. "1,3- butadiene, a known carcinogen, may be directly causal."

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