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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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(2006) 'The Score: How childbirth went industrial'.
Sarah said: "It seems baffling to me we still live in a world where, every minute, a woman dies in childbirth. Half the world's women are still giving birth on the floor of their homes, alone.
Putting attention on the breath is another terrific lesson from childbirth. In labor, slow, deep breaths help soften tight muscles, help the uterus contract more efficiently and provide a framework to ride out the work of contractions.
Midwife Rose Mlay, National Co-ordinator of the White Ribbon Alliance in Tanzania, said, 'in this, the fourth straight year of record-breaking economic growth in Africa, we cannot accept that in these same countries women continue to die in childbirth, only because they can not access basic health care'.
The pool can be used during both labour and childbirth by women who have had a straightforward pregnancy without complications.
After moving into a former Birth House in Nova Scotia, McKay was inspired to learn more about the history of midwifery and natural childbirth. In a recent interview Mckay explained that "society is caught up in the notion that childbirth is something that needs to be feared.
By using breathing and relaxation techniques taught in a good childbirth class, a woman can take advantage of her body's endorphin release (natural pain-relieving substances), which will make her labor easier.
The iVillage Childbirth Education Connection is slated to launch in July 2005.
HAEMORRHAGEExcessive bleeding or haemorrhage after childbirth is the third biggest cause of maternal mortality in both developing and developed countries according to the World Health Organisation (WHO).It occurs when the uterus fails to contract as it should after the placenta has been discharged.
According to the survey of 900 people in the age group by online job portal Incruit and part-time job app Albacall, 65.2 percent of them said marriage and childbirth are unnecessary, regardless of whether they themselves are married or have children.
The organizational model for labor and childbirth care proposed by the Ministry of Health in the 1990s and reinforced in 2011 follows international recommendations.
The number of childbirth in 2014 totaled 154,364 including 1,190 childbirth among girls aged 12-17.

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