2003
Label: Slippy Town - SLIPTO22 • Format: CDr Album, Compilation, Limited Edition • Country: US • Genre: Rock • Style: Garage Rock, Lo-Fi, Punk
National Travel - The Screamin Mee-Mees - Prenatal 1972-1976 (CDr, Album)

 ·  · The per cent of Black mothers with early prenatal care increased each year during the s but the average annual percentage point increase for () was smaller than that for (). Furthermore, the per cent of Black mothers with early care declined from in to in and remained at this lower level in Cited by:

national survey of the U.S. population by Westoff and Ryder in the 19National Fertility Studies (25,26), after somewhat similar concepts had been used in surveys in , , and (27,28). An early version of questions on this topic was used in the report of the Commission on Population Growth and the AmericanFile Size: KB.

The per cent of Black mothers with early prenatal care increased each year during the s but the average annual percentage point increase for () was smaller than that for ().

The per cent of Black mothers with early prenatal care increased each year during the s but the average annual percentage point increase for () was smaller than that for (). Furthermore, the per cent of Black mothers with early care declined from in to in and remained at this lower level in Cited by:

national survey of the U.S. population by Westoff and Ryder in the 19National Fertility Studies (25,26), after somewhat similar concepts had been used in surveys in , , and (27,28). An early version of questions on this topic was used in the report of the Commission on Population Growth and the AmericanFile Size: KB.


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2 Replies to “National Travel - The Screamin Mee-Mees - Prenatal 1972-1976 (CDr, Album)”

  1. The per cent of Black mothers with early prenatal care increased each year during the s but the average annual percentage point increase for () was smaller than that for (). Furthermore, the per cent of Black mothers with early care declined from in to in and remained at this lower level in Cited by:

  2.  ·  · Earlier studies about maternal and infant health were the National Natality Surveys, conducted in , , , , and A National Fetal Mortality Survey was done in , and a National Infant Mortality Survey was conducted in Published findings appear in Vital and Health Statistics, Series

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