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    they have explanations. Miscarriages are accruing more and more often these days. There are many logical reasons for the occurrences of miscarriages. There has been a great deal of research concerning miscarriages and now we came prevent these from happening. Doctors have discovered that caffeine plays a big part in miscarriages today. Smoking also is a leading cause of miscarriages in today’s studies. Studies have revealed that chlorine is a possible cause for miscarriages; also know as "spontaneous

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    she had lost the pregnancy” (Long). By definition from the Encarta Dictionary‚ a miscarriage “is an involuntary ending of a pregnancy through the discharge of the fetus from the womb at too early a stage in its development for it to survive.” Miscarriages are very devastating and take place too often in life. According to www.pregnancy-info.net‚ “more than 25% of all pregnancies end in a first trimester miscarriage‚ and it is likely that this number is actually much higher. This is because pregnancies

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    we live. Therefore‚ miscarriages of justice occur in the criminal justice system more frequently than is publicised or known to the public at large. They are routine and would have to be considered as a serious problem in our society. The law is what most people respect and abide by‚ if society cannot trust the law that governs them‚ then there will be serious consequences including the possible breakdown of that society. In order to have a fair and just society‚ miscarriages of justice must not

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    The Impact of Miscarriage Amy Hamilton HHG 4M0 Human Growth and Development November 10‚ 2010 Annotated Bibliography Callander‚ G.‚ Brown‚ G.‚ Tata‚ P. & Regan‚ L. (2007). Counterfactual thinking and psychological distress following recurrent miscarriage. Journal of Reproductive and Infant Psychology‚ 25(1)‚ 51-65. This study’s aim is to explore the post trauma feelings such as counterfactual thinking‚ distress‚ plans‚ and search for meaning after the traumatic experience

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    products of conception (the fetus‚ fetal membranes‚ and placenta) from the uterus. It is the loss of a pregnancy and does not refer to why that pregnancy was lost. A spontaneous abortion is the same as a miscarriage – the loss of the fetus before the twenty to twenty-eighth week of pregnancy. The miscarriage of three or more consecutive pregnancies is termed habitual abortion or recurrent pregnancy loss. L: In Article 2 – Section 12 of the 1987 Philippine Constitution‚ it says that “the State recognizes

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    to do with the placenta not functioning correctly‚ and they have some other specific theories on what causes this devastating type of pregnancy loss. Chromosomal or Congenital Conditions Just as chromosomal abnormalities cause the majority of miscarriages‚ certain chromosomal and congenital conditions can increase the risk that a baby will be stillborn. According to the March of Dimes‚ birth defects are a factor in about 15 to 20% of stillbirths. Chromosomal abnormalities are usually determined

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    1 Today Summarizing categorical variables Exploring the relationship between categorical variables - contingency table‚ proportions‚ conditional proportions‚ marginal proportions Ch 2‚ Sec 1-2‚ pages 15-29 Summarizing Categorical Variables: Blood Pressure (Exercise 2.37*) 2 A company held a blood pressure screening clinic for its employees. Data below is partial dataset for company employees. Create an appropriate display for blood pressure data among the employees. Blood pressure

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    “It’s a general problem not specific to the law of the United Kingdom a criminal justice system characterized by an emphasis on crime control rather than due process will inevitably produce miscarriage of justice.” In an imaginary world the law would always give the correct results but in a real world it’s the other way. When they don’t which way do they tend to err? Which way do we want to err? We want the law to err on the side of acquitting guilty people rather than convicting

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    abortion is the premature exit of the products of conception (the fetus‚ fetal membranes‚ and placenta) from the uterus. It is the loss of a pregnancy and does not refer to why that pregnancy was lost. A spontaneous abortion is the same as a miscarriage. The miscarriage of 3 or more consecutive pregnancies is termed habitual abortion. In certain countries there are laws against abortion and many people will criticize anyone that takes the decision without even knowing the cause. Now days many young women

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    in the child. Or a teratogen may stop the progress of the pregnancy outright. The programs of teratogens including radiation‚ maternal infections‚ chemicals‚ and drug. There are four results of teratogens. First‚ death of embryo (abortions and miscarriages). Second‚ malformation in birth (birth defects). Third‚ fetal growth deficiency and premature births. Finally‚ postnatal functional problems including cognitive deficits and behavioral and psychosocial problems. Teratogens effects depend on the

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