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Midwifery Today Issue Number 68 (Winter 2003) Instinctive Birth|
Breastfeeding, Back Issues
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Theme: Instinctive Birth |
*A Vision of Birth - Sarah J. Buckley
*Being a Midwife - Gloria Lemay
*Preparing the Nest - Michel Odent
*Instinctive Birth: Finding the Pulse - Jeannine Parvati Baker
*The Art of Leaving Alone - Jenny Hall
*Listening to Eve - Linda McHale
*Birth as Sheer Pleasure - Ingrid Bauer
*Voices of Distress: Women speak about cesarean sections: compilation of women's responses from ICAN e-mail list question: What's so bad about cesarean sections?
*The Ties That Bind: How Belief Creates Birth Realities by Kim Wildner
*Midwifery Etiquette by Cynthia Jaffe
Breastfeeding During Pregnancy- Hilary Dervin
*Transports: Making a Seamless Transition - Barbara E. Herrera
*Effective Alternative Treatments for Breech Presentation - Julie Brill
*To Progress or not to Progress - Renata Hillman
*The Day Dorian was Born- Laura Stalker
*Salt of the Earth- Peggy Sawyer's article about homeopathic Natrum Muriaticum
*Hungarian Women Unveil an Ironic Curtain - Betty-Anne Daviss The author travels to Budapest to meet with Hungarian doulas and midwives striving for birth change in their country
*Instinctual Breech Birth - Sandra Morningstar. This article is featured in English and Spanish to help readers with learning Spanish.
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