Examples of midwife in a Sentence
a trained and certified midwife
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She was born on 9/11 but in 2005, a baby born to a Christian family in a Muslim country with a Somali midwife on an infamous day.
Guidelines from the World Health Organization recommend that women have at least eight visits with a health worker or midwife during their pregnancy to ensure a safe birth.
Some nonbinary and trans people avoid hospitals altogether, paying for trans-friendly midwives and doulas.
Seek out and support your local midwives, doulas, and herbalists.
Abigail Piland appeared to be in good health when she was born Feb. 6, at the Pilands' home but the next day a midwife noticed the child appeared jaundiced and told Rachel Piland to seek medical treatment, the detective said.
Three times the Djiboutian midwife looked at us with an unspoken question in her eyes.
Certified nurse-midwife Linda Brackett has been delivering babies for more than 16 years.
Pregnant mothers are provided midwives and safe, clean spaces to receive treatment.
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Origin and Etymology of midwife
First Known Use: 14th centurySee Words from the same year
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