Researchers from Benin and France uncovered a missing piece of the puzzle for human-cattle schistosome hybridization.
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“Listening to my baby before birth”: training mothers in labor to detect fetal heart rate changes to help address the gap in midwifery care in low-resource settings
Very low ratios of midwives to laboring mothers in maternity wards in low-resource settings, such as Liberia, often lead to high… Read more »
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