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Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell

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Volume 15, Number 3, July 2001

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Myopic rescuers
pp. 208-210(3)
Author: Silverman, William A.

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Birthweight, vitamin D receptor genotype and the programming of osteoporosis
pp. 211-219(9)
Authors: Dennison, Elaine M.; Arden, Nigel K.; Keen, Richard W.; Syddall, Holly; Day, Ian N. M.; Spector, Timothy D.; Cooper, Cyrus

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Adult survival after prenatal exposure to the Dutch famine 1944–45
pp. 220-225(6)
Authors: Roseboom, T. J.; Meulen, J. H. P. van der; Osmond, C.; Barker, D. J. P.; Ravelli, A. C. J.; Bleker, O. P.

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Risks of hypertensive disorders in the second pregnancy
pp. 226-231(6)
Authors: Zhang, Jun; Troendle, James F.; Levine, Richard J.

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Delivery method and self-reported postpartum general health status among primiparous women
pp. 232-240(9)
Authors: Lydon-Rochelle, Mona T.; Holt, Victoria L.; Martin, Diane P.

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Vaginal delivery vs. a ‘nice clean cut’: giving more attention to mothers’ postpartum health
pp. 241-242(2)
Authors: Alexander, Sophie; Bouvier-Colle, Marie-Hélène

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Tocolytic therapy for preterm labour: assessing its potential for reducing preterm delivery
pp. 243-251(9)
Authors: West, Suzanne L.; Yawn, Barbara P.; Thorp, John M.; Korhonen, Maarit J. H.; Savitz, David A.; Guess, Harry A.

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Preterm labour at 34–36 weeks of gestation: should it be arrested?
pp. 252-256(5)
Authors: Arnon, Shmuel; Dolfin, Tzipora; Litmanovitz, Ita; Regev, Rivka; Bauer, Sofia; Fejgin, Moshe

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Risk factors for low birthweight in north-east Brazil: the role of caesarean section
pp. 257-264(8)
Authors: Silva, Antônio A.M.; Lamy-Filho, Fernando; Alves, Maria T.S.S.B.; Coimbra, Liberata C.; Bettiol, Heloisa; Barbieri, Marco A.

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The efficacy of the non-stress test in preventing fetal death in post-term pregnancy
pp. 265-270(6)
Authors: Li, Tong; Rhoads, George G.; Demissie, Kitaw; Smulian, John

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Cerebral palsy births in eastern Denmark, 1987–90: implications for neonatal care
pp. 271-277(7)
Authors: Topp, Monica; Uldall, Peter; Greisen, Gorm

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Cerebral palsy in Northern Ireland: 1981–93
pp. 278-286(9)
Authors: Parkes, Jackie; Dolk, Helen; Hill, Nan; Pattenden, Sam

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Atmospheric pressure and sudden infant death syndrome in Cook County, Chicago
pp. 287-289(3)
Authors: Campbell, Michael J.; Julious, Steven A.; Peterson, Charles K.; Tobias, Aurelio

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Placental abruption and perinatal death
pp. 290-297(8)
Authors: Kyrklund-Blomberg, Nina B.; Gennser, Gerhard; Cnattingius, Sven

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The reliability of perinatal and neonatal mortality rates: differential under-reporting in linked professional registers vs. Dutch civil registers
pp. 306-314(9)
Authors: Anthony, Sabine; Bruin, Karin M. van der Pal-de; Graafmans, Wilco C.; Dorrepaal, Caroline A.; Borkent-Polet, Marion; Hemel, Oscar J. S. van; Jansen, Frans H. M.; Ouden, A. Lya den

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The mother-only method (MOM) to detect maternal gene–environment interactions
pp. 317-318(2)
Authors: Wyszynski, Diego F.; Diehl, Scott R.

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