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most important commandment: cut the umbilical cord, years inter-
After the birth, paramedics were called to their North Shields home and Kieran helped cut the umbilical cord.
Belkis Gonzalez came into the room, cut the umbilical cord, swept the infant into a trash can with a red bag along with the gauze used during the procedure, and took the bag out of the room," the affidavit states.
Paul Redmond, head of careers at Liverpool University said interfering parents, known as "helicopter parents" because they hover over their children, were refusing to cut the umbilical cord.
The midwife arrived in time to cut the umbilical cord.
Just a few minutes after Angus was born, Dennis was on hand to take control and cut the umbilical cord.
I was bored with Pau and at some point I realised I had to cut the umbilical cord, " he said.
Both Donna and Ria were checked over by the midwife when she arrived to cut the umbilical cord.
The paramedics allowed Jon to cut the umbilical cord before taking mother and daughter to Antelope Valley Hospital for a checkup.
An hour later, mother and daughter were lifted aboard a South African helicopter after a medic had been winched down to the tree to cut the umbilical cord.
Puckett's cellular call, rescue workers arrived just in time to cut the umbilical cord.
She claimed that the newborn was alive when she gave birth and that she cut the umbilical cord with a knife in her room.
cut the umbilical cord of the boy, whose full name is Astala Dylan Willow Geldof-Cohen.
Rachel Cowley cut the umbilical cord of her partner's baby, then walked out of a hospital clutching her own daughter Isabelle's hand.
It took 29 minutes before the doctors could cut the umbilical cord, certain that Joshua could breathe on his own.