4 edition of Exploring infant health found in the catalog.
Exploring infant health
|Statement||Sue Conroy and Marjorie Smith.|
|Contributions||Smith, Marjorie., Walls, Paddy., Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths.|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||177|
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Exploring Infant Health. Conroy S, Smith M. (PpA4; £) London: Foundation for the Exploring infant health book of Infant Deaths. The relation between social disadvantage and infant health is at the core of this topical and comprehensive book comprising three extensive literature reviews.
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