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Right up until she gave birth in March, she continued to lead her regular spinning and strength classes and also started a prenatal series.
Maternal and newborn demographics, prenatal care, medical procedures and complications, neonatal hospital transfer history and babies’ outcomes are also captured in the data.
Republican state lawmakers have also tried to eliminate prenatal care and repeal in-state tuition for immigrants, while giving local police the power to question the immigration status of anyone they suspect of living in the country illegally.
Proper prenatal visits can prevent life-threatening complications.
She says that with such a prenatal experience perhaps death was the best for him.
It is largely constitutional weakness, or prenatal predilection, or the idiosyncrasy of individuality.
Its tiny body is a concourse of physical atoms with a prenatal history of a few months.
Once cleft palates were frequent—prenatal nutritional deficiencies or traumas.
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The prenatal influences for those months gave the sort of man God wanted.
QUIET TALKS ON PRAYERS. D. (SAMUEL DICKEY) GORDON
For prenatal care and care at the time of the birth of Marina Oswald's second child.
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