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New and rational explanation of the diseases peculiar to infants and mothers
|Other titles||Diseases of infants & mothers|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiv, 128 p.|
|Number of Pages||128|
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A new and rational explanation of the diseases peculiar to infants and mothers, with obvious suggestions for their prevention or cure. Author(s): Ballard,Thomas Title(s): A new and rational explanation of the diseases peculiar to infants and mothers, with obvious suggestions for their prevention or cure.
Country of Publication: England Publisher: London, Churchill, Description: xiv, p. One of the best books on the market for new parents & grandparents, in my opinion.
Helps new parents relax, by giving 3 examples for each different developmental stage, for 3 children the same age.
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Mothers' prenatal and early attachment representations of their infants are largely concordant with later mother-infant attachment as measured by the Strange Situation procedure (Benoit et al.
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Browsing subject area: Infants -- Development (Exclude extended shelves) You can also browse an alphabetical list from this subject or from: Infants -- Development. Here are entered works on the physical, psychological and social growth of normal infants. Abstract.
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Accidental poisoning, Acclimatization of produce, Aecouchements in the streets. This is the book I like to give every pregnant friend. When you have a child, you inevitably receive a lot of well-intentioned advice.
Writing from a biological anthropologist's point of view, Small helps you pick apart which bits of wisdom are cultural (which is not to say that they should be discarded!) and which are more naturally aligned with babies' basic biological design/5.
diseases of infants and childeen by henry dwight chapin, a. m., m. professor of diseases of children, new york post-graduate medical school and hospital; supervising physician of the children's department, new york post-graduate hospital; attending physician at the willard parker and riverside hospitals; consulting physician to the randall's.
Masha Gessen, Author. Harcourt $26 (p) ISBN of genetic inheritance in Jewish families and a look at how the ability to test for genetic predispositions to various diseases.
Neonates from mother with autoimmune disease. the newborn status in relation to the mothers' diseases, treatments and antibodies and to follow the neuropsychological development and. family-reared children (the controls) had higher levels of oxytocin after interactions with their mothers than did the group that experienced early social deprivation.
A recent study compared two groups of 4-year old children in terms of their hormonal response to gentle interactions with their mothers or a stranger. Among new findings: * Motherhood helps learning and memory, which in turn helps mothers better care for their offspring. * Mothers respond. I have said nothing concerning the physical wants of children, – their food, diseases, &c, – because such subjects are not embraced in the design of the present work.
The judicious and experienced are universally agreed that the best text books for these purposes are, 'DEWEES' TREATISE UPON CHILDREN,' and 'ADVICE TO YOUNG MOTHERS, BY A. Start studying Chapter 1 psych. Learn vocabulary, terms, and more with flashcards, games, and other study tools.
Search. As compared to babies of uninfected mothers, babies whose mothers fought off infections diseases when they were pregnant were___.
However, only 14 infants were exposed only during breastfeeding (the other 54 infants were exposed both during the pregnancy and breastfeeding). Additionally, the mothers in the marijuana exposure group were three times more likely to use cocaine, both during pregnancy and lactation, and had a lower average income than the : M.G.
Hill, K.L. Reed. A common bit of parenting folklore holds that babies tend to look more like their fathers than their mothers, a claim with a reasonable evolutionary explanation.
Fathers. Chapter 1. Having, in the three preceding books, fully stated what occurred to us by way of answer to the treatise of Celsus, we now, reverend Ambrosius, with prayer to God through Christ, offer this fourth book as a reply to what follows.
And we pray that words may be given us, as it is written in the book of Jeremiah that the Lord said to the prophet: Behold, I have put My words in your.The results mirrored those of the fetal-loss data: mothers of gay male only-children tended to give birth to infants that weighed significantly less (M = grams), than all other groups (d = 1.