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Child

For tax purposes, the term child includes the taxpayer's son, duaghter, stepchild, eligible foster child, or a descedant of any of them, or an adopted child. It also includes the taxpayer's brother, sister, half brother, half sister, stepbrother, stepsister, or a descendant of any of them.
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These accounts of the disassembling and destroying effects of pain are helpful in understanding how pain, if it is integral to childbirth, might be understood as threatening women's subjectivity in childbirth.
Description of a woman-centred childbirth model Theory components
Another vital job of the childbirth educator is to make sure that she knows there are others out there and even to set the ball rolling for them to meet.
In looking for a childbirth class, it is important to check the credentials of the instructor.
4-7) To our knowledge, these conditions during childbirth have not been previously described in the otolaryngologic literature.
Stan enables doctors and midwives to make more informed judgments on when to intervene in natural childbirth.
NEW YORK -- Pregnancy and childbirth should be added to the risk factors for posttraumatic stress disorder and a diagnostic code for traumatic childbirth should be created, according to Dr.
Childbirth is now more stressful than it was for the many women who gave birth in their homes.
FEAR of childbirth does not increase a woman's likelihood of having an emergency Caesarean, according to research published yes-terday.
However new research carried out in Sheffield has found that emergency caesareans are not linked with anxieties about childbirth.
7) Korber reminded women that the sufferings of pregnancy and childbirth were a punishment imposed on all women for Eve's transgression in the Garden of Eden and advised them to accept these physical trials with patience and recognize them as the "punishment of a merciful father.
A Tocophobia comes from tocos meaning childbirth and phobos meaning fear.