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*  Swaddling
Babywearing Childbirth Infant massage Infant's binder Kangaroo care Psychohistory Sleeping bag (infant) Gerard, Claudia M.; ... Long, Tony (2007). Adding swaddling to behaviour modification in infant care did not reduce excessive crying in healthy infants ... The swaddling of these premature babies (very low birth weight infants, VLBW infants) takes place only very loosely. It is ... 2002). See also Task Force on Infant Sleep Position and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (2000), p. 654. See Yurdakok et al. (1990 ...
*  Baby food
2 to 3 meals per day for infants 6 to 8 months of age and 3 to 4 meals per day for infants 9 to 23 months of age, with 1 or 2 ... Care should be taken, as babies with teeth have the ability to break off pieces of food but they do not possess the back molars ... making them ideal starter foods for an infant 6 months in age or older. Through the first year, breastmilk or infant formula is ... Care should be taken with certain foods that pose a choking hazard, such as undercooked vegetables, grapes, or food that may ...
*  Complications of pregnancy
Unintended pregnancies preclude preconception care and delays prenatal care. They preclude other preventive care, may disrupt ... The infant may be seriously affected and have a variety of birth defects. Many women with Hashimoto's disease develop an ... Other investigations have revealed short-term neonatal outcomes to include small deficits in infant neurobehavioral function ... A randomised controlled trial of care of the perineum during second stage of normal labour. BJOG: an international journal of ...
*  Sudden infant death syndrome
Newborn care and safety Sudden unexpected death syndrome Sudden unexplained death in childhood "Sudden Infant Death Syndrome ( ... J Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Infant Mortal. 1: 13-31. Mage DT, Donner M. A genetic basis for the sudden infant death syndrome ... Van Nguyen, JM; Abenhaim, HA (October 2013). "Sudden infant death syndrome: review for the obstetric care provider". American ... "Sudden Unexpected Infant Death and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome: About SUID and SIDS". Centers for Disease Control and ...
*  Infant Potty Training
This harsh toilet training method is described in the 1929 and 1935 editions of Infant Care, a US Department of Labor, ... Though a regulated schedule was valued in many parts of infant care including toilet training, at no time was punishment ... Infant potty training is traditionally used in at least 80 countries. Boucke's method of infant potty training is based on an ... ISBN 978-0-8109-1244-1 Children's Bureau Historical Publications, United States Department of Labor (1914-1938). Infant Care. ...
*  Attachment theory
Although only high-quality child care settings are likely to provide this, more infants in child care receive attachment- ... Early steps in attachment take place most easily if the infant has one caregiver, or the occasional care of a small number of ... Ainsworth M (1967). Infancy in Uganda: Infant Care and the Growth of Love. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins University Press. ISBN 0- ... The infant's needs were frequently not met and the infant had come to believe that communication of emotional needs had no ...
*  Student Health Coalition
... and new health care organizing efforts in West Tennessee and Nashville; maternal and infant care programs. Two Vanderbilt law ... "Medicaid and managed care: an implementation study of the Tennessee primary care network". Heller School for Social Policy and ... At least one of its programs, the Maternal Infant Health Outreach Worker (MIHOW) Program, was moved to the Vanderbilt School of ... After the health fair was over, community organizers were responsible for finding follow-up care for patients, and assisting ...
*  Building Strong Families Program
... infant care and development. To meet BSF requirements, BPP was adapted to include material relevant for low-income families. ... The focus on self-care and anger management included such strategies as using time-out to prevent escalation. Material was ... Pamela Jordan, focused on three areas: (1) communication, problem-solving, friendship, and fun; (2) self-care and anger ...
*  Newborn care and safety
Infant bathing Infant nutrition "Newborn care and safety - womenshealth.gov". womenshealth.gov. This article incorporates text ... These health providers will demonstrate basic infant care. Newborn care basics include: Handling a newborn, including ... The baby's first doctor's visit is another good time to ask about any infant care questions. Parents can ask about reasons to ... Do not use infant sleep positioners. Using a positioner to hold an infant on his or her back or side for sleep is dangerous and ...
*  New Deal
The Emergency Maternity and Infant Care Program (EMIC), introduced in March 1943 by the Children's Bureau, provided free ... "EMIC (Emergency Maternity and Infant Care). A Study of Administrative Experience." Bureau of Public Health Economics. Research ... maternity care and medical treatment during an infant's first year for the wives and children of military personnel in the four ... A striking effect was the sudden rapid decline in home births as most mothers now had paid hospital maternity care. Under the ...
*  Golden lion tamarin
2002) "Infant care in lion tamarins". In: Kleiman DG, Rylands AB, editors. Lion tamarins: biology and conservation. Washington ... By week five, the infants spend less time on their mother's back and begin to explore their surroundings. Young reach their ... Golden lion tamarin groups exhibit cooperative rearing of the infants. This is due to the fact that tamarins commonly give ... Other members include subadults, juveniles and infants of either sex. These individuals are typically the offspring of the ...
*  Magda Gerber
The seeds for her passion for infant care come from pediatrician Emmi Pikler. Pikler's innovative theories on infant care were ... Caring for Infants With Respect (with Joan Weaver) (Resources for Infant Educarers 1998, 2003). Resources for Infant Educarers ... Dear Parent: Caring for infants with respect (2nd ed.). Los Angeles, CA: Resources for Infant Educarers (RIE). ISBN ... Mooney states that Gerber "did much to set the tone for quality infant care and parenting programs in the US and around the ...
*  Infanticide in primates
Digby, Leslie (1 January 1995). "Infant Care, Infanticide, and Female Reproductive Strategies in Polygynous Groups of Common ... and lower costs of infant care compared to other callitrichids - that increase the chance of two breeding females inhabiting ... Females with infants too young to be weaned left with the old males and returned after their offspring had fully weaned, again ... The females whose infants were killed exhibited estrous behavior and copulated with the new leader. These effects result from ...
*  Cotton-top tamarin
Total care for infants remains constant with varying group size, and infant outcome is not significantly different in groups ... While caregiving by males appears to be altruistic, particularly in cotton-top sires, the costs of infant care may in fact be ... Since only one female in a group breeds, heavy investment in infant care ensures that all offspring survive until independence ... Washabaugh, K. F.; Snowdon, C. T.; Ziegler, T. E. (2002). "Variations in care for cottontop tamarin, Saguinus oedipus, infants ...
*  Igbo people
ISBN 1-57806-706-5. Liamputtong, Pranee (2007). Childrearing and Infant Care Issues: A Cross-cultural Perspective. Nova ...
*  Women in Maya society
Childrearing and Infant Care Issues: A Cross-cultural Perspective. Nova Publishers. p. 5. ISBN 1600216102. Retrieved May 17, ...
*  Cry room
In some venues, they are called "infant care rooms". Cry rooms are often designed with soundproofing properties to dampen the ...
*  Arthur Lewis Piper
As a result, infant mortality went down drastically. In fact, quality infant care was one of the reasons why the natives ... and provide medical care in addition to pastoral care. After he graduated in 1901, he attended the University of Buffalo ... He took an absence to care for his diabetic father and did not resume studies until 1903. However, his father died of its ...
*  Co-sleeping
doi:10.1111/j.1651-2227.2007.00524.x. Schluter, Paterson, Percival (2007). "Infant care practices associated with sudden infant ... Infant bed Secrets of the Baby Whisperer (book) Sudden infant death syndrome Overlying [1] McKenna (speaker), J (2005). " ... Hofer M, Shair H. "Control of sleep-wake states in the infant rat, by features of the mother-infant relationship". ... "SIDS and Other Sleep-Related Infant Deaths: Expansion of Recommendations for a Safe Infant Sleeping Environment". Retrieved 16 ...
*  Public health
Field nurses targeted native women for health education, emphasizing personal hygiene and infant care and nutrition. Public ... The history of public health care clearly shows the global effort to improve health care for all.[citation needed] However, in ... and end up causing greater inequity between the health care services received by the rich and by the poor. Unless health care ... public health contributes to medical care by identifying and assessing population needs for health care services, including: ...
*  Lemur
Grieser, B. (1992). "Infant development and parental care in two species of sifakas". Primates. 33 (3): 305-314. doi:10.1007/ ... Even males have been observed caring for infants in species such as the red-bellied lemur, mongoose lemur, eastern lesser ... Patel, E.R. (2007). "Non-maternal infant care in wild Silky Sifakas (Propithecus candidus)". Lemur News. 12: 39-42. ISSN 1608- ... When transported, the infants either cling to the mother's fur or are carried in the mouth by the scruff. In some species, such ...
*  Korean Women Workers Association
In 1990, they helped get the Infant Care Act passed. By 1993 KWWA affected the workplace with daycare centers being built near ...
*  Medical simulation
This simulator was created for life-saving infant care practice. "BabySIM can produce heart, bowel and breath sounds, including ... Dyregrov, A. (1989). Caring for helpers in disaster situations: Psychological debriefing. Disaster Management, 2. 25-30. ... Medical simulation is somewhat unique, as it is continuously evolving to function across the medical operations, patient care ... The newest progression of medical simulation, is the application of simulation to the medical operations, patient care and ...
*  Artsana
... and is still active today in the distribution of healthcare and infant care products. Since 1958, it has produced infant care ... There are two business areas for the Group, Baby and Health Care, which gave a return of 87% and 13% respectively out of the ...
*  Estrella, Goodyear
... before and after school care and summer camps. Infant care is available for children as young as six weeks old. Estrella ... Phoenix Children's Academy The private preschool offers infant and toddler care, preschool, a kindergarten readiness program, ... Bracket care is available for enrolled students from 8 - 9 a.m. and 1 - 2 p.m. ...
*  Monieux
Left to care for her infant son, Obadiah describes the woman as penurious and "in thirst and nakedness, lacking all provisions ... the residents of Monieux no longer had the means to care for the widowed proselytess. This letter, therefore, written by a ... where she could be cared for effectively. Vestiges of an old castle / medieval tower dated from the 12th century Saint-Pierre ...
*  E. C. Dahls Brewery
The Foundation originally established a hospital for newborn children and infant care. The Foundation now provides support in ...