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Medical history of contraception.
Himes, Norman Edwin
Bibliography: p. -490.
|Statement||With a new pref. by Christopher Tietze. Medical foreword by Robert Latou Dickinson.|
|LC Classifications||RG136 .H55 1970|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xxxi, 521 p.|
|Number of Pages||521|
|LC Control Number||70102799|
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See this image Medical History of Contraception. Paperback – June 1, by Norman Edwin Himes (Author)Author: Norman Edwin Himes. Medical History of Contraception Himes, Norman E., Ph.D.
Published by The Williams & Wilkins Co., Baltlimore (). Description Sociologist Norman Edwin Himes (Ph.D. Harvard, ) researched problems of population, birth control, and marriage and family relations.
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Medical history of contraception. book Contents. PART TWO CONTRACEPTIVE. Original Article from The New England Journal of Medicine — Medical History of Contraception.
The authorized source of trusted medical research and education for the Chinese-language medical. With an excellent foreward by Dr.
Guttmacher indicating some of the recent developments, the publishers have issued a reprint edition of a book originally published in and now a rarity. An enormous. One of the oldest references to birth control comes from the Bible. In the book of Genesis men are called upon to practice coitus interruptus, commonly known as the "withdrawal" method.
B.C. Ancient documents from all over the world—including a nearly 4,year-old Egyptian document titled the Kahun Gynecological Papyrus —describe various forms of pregnancy control. Among the various forms of contraception described emerge three clear categories of contraception: techniques, herbo-pharmacology, and devices.
Full text Full text is available as a scanned copy of the original print version. Get a printable copy (PDF file) of the complete article (K), or click on a page image below to browse page by page. History: Additional Physical Format: Print version: Himes, Norman E.
(Norman Edwin), Medical history of contraception. Baltimore, The Williams & Wilkins Company, (DLC). Ernest R. Groves; Medical History of Contraception. By Norman E. Himes. Medical Foreword by Robert Latou Dickinson. Baltimore: The Williams and Wilkins Company.
A History of the Birth Control Movement in America By Peter C. Engelman Praeger, Read preview Overview The Morning After: A History of Emergency Contraception in the United States By Heather. Contraception provides just that practical advice. Divided into three sections covering selection and cost comparison, individual methods of contraception, and risks and benefits for 1/5(1).
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Medical History of Contraception by Himes, Norman E. and a great selection of related books, art and collectibles available now at The book also provides interesting facts regarding the history of certain types of contraception. This book is thorough and up to date, and provides useful information so that physicians can effectively counsel a patient on contraception." (Katherine M Krings, Doody’s Book.
Book Description: Heralded as the catalyst of the sexual revolution and the solution to global overpopulation, the contraceptive pill was one of the twentieth century's most important inventions.
It. History of birth control From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia The history of birth control, also known as contraception and fertility control, refers to the methods or devices that have been historically used to prevent pregnancy.
Planning and provision of birth control is called family planning. The Percy Skuy Collection This unique collection includes a wide range of contraception items, prototypes, and manufacturing devices.
The Dittrick Medical History Center learned in August of that it would receive the Percy Skuy Collection. This book, the first history of contraception for almost fifty years, provides a scholarly and highly readable account of procreation and attempts to prevent it from ancient Greece to the late twentieth /5(9).
Contraception: A History of Its Treatment by the Catholic Theologians and Canonists, Enlarged Edition (Paperback). Stopes' Society for Constructive Birth Control and Racial Progress (founded in ) remained outside the national movement.
69 Inthe Ministry of Health Memorandum empowered municipal authorities to provide contraceptive advice for expressly medical.
A Brief History of Birth Control in the U.S. By OBOS Birth Control Contributors | Decem Last Revised on Jul 8, Special thanks to Carrie N. Baker and Kirsten Thompson. People have long tried many methods to prevent pregnancy.
These efforts, however, have been constrained by governments, religious institutions, medical. Birth Control – History of the Pill • 1 In the middle of the 20th century, an age-old quest for safe and effective oral contraception was realized.
The woman who made that happen was Margaret Sanger (–), the founder of the American Birth Control League, the fore-runner of Planned Parenthood. This book is an investigation of the teaching of the theologians and canonists of the Catholic Church on contraception.
It sets out the history of this teaching, and in this process attempts to discover the. In his book, Contraception: A History of Its Treatment by the Catholic Theologians and Canonists, Noonan points out that early Christian doctrine on these issues was shaped between 50.
Birth control then began to attract wide public support. • Aletta Jacobs opened the first family planning clinic in in The Netherlands.
• Margaret Sanger made birth control a national social movement in the USA. She was motivated by the need to alleviate poverty and overpopulation, founding the American Birth Control. Strangers At The Bedside: A History Of How Law And Bioethics Transformed Medical Decision Making by David J.
Rothman: “Tracing the revolution that transformed the doctor-patient relationship, this book. Contraceptive Responsibility, Confronting Masculinity, and the History of Vasectomy in Canada’, Canadian Bulletin of Medical History, 31, 2 (),–82; Ilana Löwy, ‘Spermicides and their. Clinical Contraception, Second Edition considers the clinical significance and complexities of birth control.
This book contains 12 chapters that focus on various types and methods of contraception. After providing an overview of classification of methods of contraception, this book. In Canada, the Birth Control Handbook () stands out as a stellar example of one student peer-education manual.
This article establishes the Handbook ’s student peer-education. The museum was quietly inaugurated into the Dittrick Medical History Center of Case Western Reserve University with a March opening reception. She also has written a book about contraception.
This book presents an up-to-date and comprehensive review of female contraception. It offers an extensive overview of contraception types, including oral, injectable, emergency, and various. Contraception is one method used to control the number and timing of pregnancies (family planning).
Other methods include permanent contraception (intended to avoid pregnancy permanently) and abortion (used to end an unintended pregnancy when contraception.
Hormonal contraceptives involve the use of estrogen and progestin analogs to prevent contraceptive effect is mediated by negative feedback at the hypothalamus, ultimately leading to. Islamic physicians were not limited by the Christian opposition to birth control, and medical writings from the Middle Ages included a wide range of contraceptive information.
The Koran, the holy book for Muslims, supported the use of prolonged nursing, and did not oppose other methods. While European Christians condemned contraception. Clearing Up Misconceptions. By Daniel DeNoon WebMD Feature. Aug. 6, -- The controversial topic of birth control seems like a modern issue -- but it's not.
Long before the pill, U.S. men and women wanted -- and successfully used -- a variety of contraceptive devices. In her new book, Devices and Desires: A History. The classic example in American history is the Comstock Act, inwhen basically it became illegal to manufacture, sell, distribute or mail any sexual or contraceptive devices.Those with known medical problems or other special conditions might need additional examinations or tests before being determined to be appropriate candidates for a particular method of contraception.
The U.S. Medical Eligibility Criteria for Contraceptive .Yes, birth control pills can help prevent pregnancy. They can also treat a variety of hormone-related issues, and they offer other health benefits. Find out more in this slideshow from WebMD.