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Publication Date: 
December, 2015
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This chapter (excerpted from Dr. Odent's 2015 book, Do we need midwives?) provides an overview of the Primal Health Databank.

Abstract: 

This chapter (excerpted from Dr. Odent's 2015 book, Do we need midwives?, provides an overview of the Primal Health Databank. Large-scale studies in the databank implicate the birth process and obstetric interventions in long-term outcomes, thus supporting the need for a paradigm shift

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