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Published January, 2023
By Milli Hill
Publisher: HQ
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Featured on BBC Radio 2 and BBC Radio 5 Live Selected as one of the Independent's 10 best pregnancy books for expectant parents Birth is a feminist issue. It's the feminist issue nobody's talking about.

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Published January, 2023
By Elsevier
Publisher: Elsevier (Elsevier - Health Sciences Division)
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Published January, 2023
By Hanna Laako and Georgina Sanchez-Ramirez
Publisher: Taylor & Francis (Routledge)
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This book presents the contemporary history and dynamics of Mexican midwifery - professional, (post)modern or autonomous, traditional and Indigenous - as profoundly political and embedded in differing societal stratifications.

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Published January, 2023
By Lyndy Downs
Publisher: Lyndy Sue Publishing
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Published December, 2022
By James M. Rippe
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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This book presents specific, evidence-based protocols for treating and preventing cardiovascular disease with an emphasis on lifestyle measures and practices.

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Published December, 2022
By Tim Barlott and Jenny Setchell
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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This book examines the community "mental health" sector by analysing concepts offered by Mad Studies and postcolonial, and feminist scholars. The authors demonstrate what postqualitative inquiry can do, surfacing the transformative potential of freely-given relationships between psychiatrised people and allies in the community.

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Published December, 2022
By David Baronov
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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Biostatistical analysis contributes to amazing medical breakthroughs. Yet it also distorts and deforms the holistic and contingent nature of health and medicine. How can biostatistics both sharpen and weaken our understanding of health and medicine? David Baronov explores this question.

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Published December, 2022
By Kalindi Vora
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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This book presents an ethnographic study on gestational surrogacy in India. It frames the ethnography of the surrogacy clinic in conversation with concerns raised in the arenas of law, policy, medical ethics, and global structural inequality about the ethics of transnational Assisted Reproductive Technology (ART) practices.

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Published December, 2022
By Tim Barlott and Jenny Setchell
Publisher: Taylor & Francis
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This book examines the community "mental health" sector by analysing concepts offered by Mad Studies and postcolonial, and feminist scholars. The authors demonstrate what postqualitative inquiry can do, surfacing the transformative potential of freely-given relationships between psychiatrised people and allies in the community.

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Published December, 2022
By James M. Rippe
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This book presents specific, evidence-based protocols for treating and preventing cardiovascular disease with an emphasis on lifestyle measures and practices.

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