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that part of the ovary of a flowering plant where the ovules form
the vascular structure in the uterus of most mammals providing oxygen and nutrients for and transferring wastes from the developing fetus
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What worried me most about after-birth
care was something Unicef UK raised as an issue in 2002: our national strategy on breastfeeding.
In short, the parents' marital status determines whether the child with after-birth
paternal recognition can obtain nationality.
This would mean new mothers having to travel to a clinic in order to receive after-birth
But my doctor explained that it was normal for a new mum to experience after-birth
Allowing parents to control all after-birth
actions by prenatal directives would permit decisions to withhold treatment from an infant without the more complete information available after birth, thereby risking harm to infants who, contrary to prenatal prediction, meet the medical criteria for treatment.
paternity affidavit and short-term financial support of the first child do not overcome the artificial insemination statute, die court held.
I was put in an ambulance and at hospital had the after-birth