Richard Foy (email@example.com)
Thu, 11 Jul 1996 02:20:06 GMT
In article <firstname.lastname@example.org>,
david l burkhead <email@example.com> wrote:
>In article <rfoyDuCKGv.G2A@netcom.com> firstname.lastname@example.org (Richard Foy) writes:
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>>Did you read Karfen's post about the LaManns birthing classes?
> Yes. I've also seen a TV special on it some years ago. However,
>the time I saw that special I happened to be dating a nurse. I asked
>her about it and was told that the footage for those films is rather,
>well, "hand picked." The "accident" rate for this form of birth is, I
>was told, rather high.
And of course that was scientific data.
> Also a baby holding its breath before breathing is induced is
>hardly surprising. Likewise, a baby kicking its legs and waving its
>arms (which Karen didn't mention) is something baby's do in general.
>Hardly evidence of anything.
And I assume that you have data showing that baby chimps, and other
apes etc do the same thing?
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rest." --Northrup Frye
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