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7 most famous pediatricians on a child’s side

7 famous pediatricians who really changes things. 1. Janusz Korczak (1878/79-1942, Polish Jew) I’m glad that it’s Korczak who heads the list (it’s chronological), as he is a man of a wide range, who wrote a lot and wisely, for children and about children, who dedicated himself to children, created a home for them (orphanage),…


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The history of upbringing

Be like children. Jesus Christ It’s possible that our parents find our demands for something more than what we have already been given to be absurd, because they already broke so much away from the approach of their own parents while raising us. But history shows that we are becoming more delicate, and evolution requires…

The history of midwifery or why I don’t tolerate mixing of science with religion

There can be no more horrible stigma upon civilization than the history of childbirth. Grantly Dick-Read The first book on midwifery Around 1513 the German Eucharius Röslin discovered the hidden works of Soranus and other ancient medical researchers. Around 1515 he wrote the first book on obstetrics, compiling it from carefully selected materials. It was…

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