Methods of childbirth

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Quill/Morrow, 1990 - Medical - 334 pages
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Directing parents through the sometimes confusing array of options now available, Bean provides a wealth of practical knowledge that allows people to have an active part in planning the birth of their baby. 25 drawings.

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Bean presented all the "new'' aids to childbirth in the original edition of this standard work ( LJ 7/72), discussing preparatory breathing exercises and the ability to experience childbirth without ... Read full review

Contents

FOREWORD BY GERALD COHEN M D
15
Pregnancy and Fitnw
37
Birth Day Birth Story
46
Copyright

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About the author (1990)

Constance A. Bean (Boston, MA) is the former coordinator of health education at MIT and is the author of six other books on health issues, including the classic "Methods of Childbirth,

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