Global Perspectives: Urgency for Prenatal Education© 2007

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Publication Date: 
05/2007
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21
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341
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Abstract: 

World population is predicted to leap from 6.5 billion today to 9.5 billion by 2050 AD. With increased pressures on humanity, we must find better ways to protect unborn and new born babies and their mothers from the dire consequences overshadowing our relationships before, during, and after birth. This paper explores a variety of What if... scenarios and themes. Hatred and prejudice as well as love and respect begin in pregnancy. Prenatal Education can be a key to a future sane world.

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