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Oxytocin Factor: With a New Foreword: Tapping the Hormone of Calm, Love and Healing Paperback – April 1, 2011
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Michel Odent is best known as the obstetrician who introduced the concepts of birthing pools and home-like birthing rooms. He has published 12 books in 21 languages. His last four book are published by Pinter & Martin. His other books include Birth Reborn and Birth and Breastfeeding. See also the Primal Health Research Databank.
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As for the book itself: "The Oxytocin Factor,..." etc. (I cannot find a way to underline for this review.), however, it is a most informative, interesting and needed book. The information is very valuable and an important "missing link" in our knowledge and understanding; and it is well written and succinct.
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