Birth at Home - Sheila KitzingerOxford University Press, 1979, Hardback in Dust Wrapper.
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Illustrated with B&W photographs and tables. The author believes that couples should be able to choose where they would like their baby to be born and that provision for home birth should be a vital part of the health services. She explains the advantages of having a baby at home, and how to arrange this, and also describes the risks which make birth at home a bad choice for some expectant mothers and their babies whereas it is a splendid one for others. She examines carefully the way in which a woman can prepare for the happy experience of birth by sensible living and diet during pregnancy.