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Supposed prenatal influence. Prenatal culture. Stirpiculture

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  • Prenatal Exposuresby Roy P. Martin; Stefan Dombrowski

    Springer US 2008; US$ 89.99

    Children are being diagnosed with psychopathologies at alarming rates. Not surprisingly, their behavioral and educational outcomes are increasingly compromised. The financial costs of treating childhood disabilities are spiraling out of control, and the emotional and social toll on students, families, schools, the penal system, and society as a whole... more...

  • Early Life Origins of Health and Diseaseby E. Marelyn Wintour-Coghlan; Julie Owens

    Springer US 2007; US$ 289.00

    Early Life Origins of Health and Disease is a new book which presents and discusses the many factors that may have impact on normal development. In a concise and readable manner, the authors consider both the proven and suggestive evidence that the high prevalence of hypertension, diabetes, obesity and, in some populations, kidney disease, may not... more...

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