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The Hesperian Foundation--Midwifery Publication

Midwives are essential caregivers in the worldwide struggle for maternal and child health. Appropriate information and training empower midwives and other health workers to provide the care needed to reduce dangers in childbirth.

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The Perinatal/HIV Hotline

HRSA/HAB has developed a new 24-hour clinical consultation service, the National Perinatal HIV Consultation and Referral Service (Perinatal Hotline). This service provides 24-hour advice from HIV experts on indications and interpretations of HIV testing in pregnancy as well as consultation on treating HIV-infected pregnant women and their infants. The Perinatal Hotline (888-448-8765) and the PEPline (888-448-4911) are both available 24 hours, seven days per week. The Warmline (800-933-3413) is available 8 a.m. to 8 p.m. (EST) Monday through Friday.

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Women's Health USA 2005

The fourth edition of the data book, developed by the Health Resources and Services Administration's Office of Women's Health, presents a profile of women's health. It highlights racial and ethnic disparities in women's health and is intended to be a concise reference for policymakers and program managers.

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Assessment of Maternal Occupational Pesticide Exposures during Pregnancy and Three Children with Birth Defects: North Carolina, 2004

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In August of 2005, the North Carolina Division of Public Health, Occupational and Environmental Epidemiology Branch (OEEB) was notified that three women who had worked on farms in North Carolina owned by Ag-Mart had delivered infants with birth defects.  All three births took place in Florida where the women also worked on Ag-Mart farms and lived near each other.  This report summarizes the OEEB’s investigation and assessment of the pesticide exposures likely experienced by these women while in North Carolina. 

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Case Report: Three Farmworkers Who Gave Birth to Infants with Birth Defects Closely Grouped in Time and Place - Florida and North Carolina 2004-2005

 

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Closing the GAP: Hispanic Women and Breast Cancer

Program information for counties of Wicomico, Somerset, or Worcester residents. Supported by a Grant from the Maryland Affiliate of Susan G. Koman for the Cure this presentation outlines eligibility for the Koman Program, what the Koman Program provides, documentation, and who to refer clients to.

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Emergency Planning Tips If You Are Pregnant or Have Young Children

To help ease the burden of displacement in the face of disaster/emergency, new information for pregnant women and mothers of young children has been uploaded to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s (CDC) web site. Because you are recognized as an important champion in the community and can provide a channel for vital emergency information.

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Grasshoppers, Dust and Salsa - An Old Toxin in a New Setting: A Fresh Look at Lead Poisoning in Migrant Populations

This hour long webcast features Jennie McLaurin, MD, MPH – a former medical director of a migrant and community health center and a pediatrician with over 20 years of practice serving farmworker and immigrant populations.

 

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Guia de intervenciones basada en evidencias que reducen morbilidad y mortalidad perinatal y neonatal

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Healthy Women Project

This site offers a list of contractors providing services and a map. For information, including sites anywhere in PA offering free or discounted screening, contact Cancer Information Services at 1-800-4-CANCER or 1-800-422-6237.

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