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 How does science help in a midwife job?

Answer Sciences are very relevant to midwifery - human biology is perhaps the most relevant but the cross over with psychology and sociology are also pretty obvious.
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Do you need to do triple science to be a midwife?

triple science might give you more of a head start but it isn't necessary as long as you get a b in double science you can study science at college which is needed to be a midwife or nurse hope thi... Read More »
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Was thomas Paine a midwife and what is a midwife?

A midwife is someone who is trained to assist in childbirth.Thomas Paine is sometimes said to have been midwife to the United States, but this is not meant literally.Thomas Paine was a writer aroun... Read More »
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How to Help Fourth Graders With Nonfiction Reading, Science and Social Science?

Making the leap from "learning to read" to "reading to learn" has usually occurred by fourth grade. Sometimes children have not. That becomes a problem where nonfiction subjects are concerned, such... Read More »
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Does a midwife do cesareans?

No. Midwives attend normal, low-risk deliveries. If a client requires a cesarean section, a midwife will refer her to an obstetrician, a surgeon trained in medicalized childbirth. A nurse-midwife m... Read More »
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