Research roundup: September 2015

Richens, Yana
September 2015
British Journal of Midwifery;Sep2015, Vol. 23 Issue 9, p678
Academic Journal
Abstracts are presented for three medical research articles, one on peer support by telephone for those experiencing postpartum depression, one on alcohol consumption by pregnant women in Great Britain, Australia, New Zealand, and Ireland, and one on induction of labor lowering the risk of shoulder dystocia.


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