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Healthy Pregnancy Influences Baby Health

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Lead Guest Editor:
Gabriela Moreno Marques
University of Southern Santa Catarina, Tubarão, Santa catarina, Brazil
Guest Editors
Diego Zapelini do Nascimento
University of Southern Santa Catarina
Tubarão, Santa Catarina, Brazil
Fabiana Schuelter-Trevisol
Clinical Research Center of Nossa Senhora da Conceição Hospital
Tubarão, Brazil
Betine Pinto Moehlecke Iser
University of Southern Santa Catarina
Tubarão, Brazil
Rafael Mariano de Bitencourt
University of Southern Santa Catarina
Tubarão, Brazil
Daniela Ferreira D'Agostini Marin
University of Southern Santa Catarina
Tubarão, Brazil
This special issue will address topics related to pregnant women's health, a healthy pregnancy, and how these directly influence the baby's health. It will address topics such as: Medication during pregnancy, Healthy pregnancy practices, Baby feeding, Feeding the pregnant woman, Newborn care, Care for pregnant women, Childbirth and birth, Delivery satisfaction, Maternity, Pregnancy stress, Practices for the control of labor pain, Care in the puerperium, Postpartum depression, Infectious diseases in pregnancy, Tests and exams performed during pregnancy, Humanization of childbirth, Prenatal follow-up, Diseases in gestation, Fetal complications, Complications in childbirth, Transmission of HIV to the fetus, Hormones in pregnancy, Maternal and child mortality, Mother and baby relationship, The parent in caring for the baby, The early years of the baby's life, Myths and common sense about pregnancy, Psychological and transformations in the body during gestation, Imaginary baby and the real baby, Frustrations in baby care, Teenage pregnancy, Professional health and patient relationship, Obstetric violence, Expectations of pregnant women, Psychological impacts on pregnancy, Influence of the media on pregnancy, Doulas and home birth, Family planning, Women’s health, Mental health and pregnancy, Multiparous women, Twin pregnancy, Care in public and private hospitals, Maternity centers, Culture and pregnancy, Route of birth, Baby health.

Aims and Scope:

  1. Childbirth
  2. Health pregnancy
  3. Newborn care
  4. Maternity
  5. Prenatal
  6. Postpartum depression
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