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the act or process of bringing forth young

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Many women seek tummy tuck surgery to restore the shape and appearance of the abdomen after childbearing.
To evaluate HCV infection among women of childbearing age and the potential for mother-to-child transmission of HCV, trends in HCV detection (defined as HCV antibody or RNA positivity) in women of childbearing age and HCV testing (antibody or RNA) among children aged [less than or equal to] 2 years from 2011-2014 were assessed nationally and for Kentucky using commercial laboratory data from Quest Diagnostics (Quest).
This briefing review aims to: Estimate the prevalence of child marriage and early childbearing in Sudan and identify the relationship between early childbearing and maternal health, with specific emphasis on complications during pregnancy and labor among young mothers who have given birth during the two years preceding the SHHS 2010.
Ginsberg said he has had patients in the same situation, and after having an honest conversation with the patient, "we realized the priority was getting the patient on isotretinoin and the patient was comfortable in maintaining the registration as a female of childbearing potential.
An obstetrician may be well-equipped to handle any complications or concerns that arise from the medical elements of the childbearing year.
The extraordinarily rapid rise in nonmarital births in the United States over the past half-century has elicited calls of alarm and spurred a vast literature on the role of public policy in fostering changes in marriage and childbearing behavior, as reviewed by Moffitt (2000), among others.
In a revised version of her 2011 PhD dissertation at the University of Oslo, Solevag (School of Mission and Theology, Stavanger, Norway) explores the interface of childbearing and salvation in three early Christian texts.
At any given parity, the last-born child of women who had stopped childbearing was more likely to be a son than a daughter (sex ratios, 133-157).
M2 EQUITYBITES-October 9, 2012-Novavax Inc reports launch of Phase 2 clinical trial of RSV vaccine candidate in childbearing women population(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS http://www.
M2 PHARMA-October 9, 2012-Novavax Inc reports launch of Phase 2 clinical trial of RSV vaccine candidate in childbearing women population(C)2012 M2 COMMUNICATIONS
Teen childbearing has been generally on a long-term decline in the United States since the late 1950s.
The price of the deal the company reached with the Food and Drug Administration in September on a plan for an early new drug application (NDA) resubmission was that it would have to restrict the patient population to exclude women of childbearing age to avoid the risk of birth defects in babies born to women taking the drug.
The modernization process in a society may reduce the demand for children among couples due to costs and benefits of childbearing.
Older women have more pre-term births More than half of women of childbearing age in Cyprus have given birth by Caesarean section, according to the Statistical Service ad-hoc report "Perinatal Health Survey 2007".
The postponement of childbearing until the mid-30s or later increases the proportion of couples with fertility problems, increases the risk of becoming a fertility patient, and increases the risk of childlessness or having fewer children than desired.