Sheila Kitzinger, anthropologists and prolific writer, has died at the age of 86. She was fighting from cancer since last few months.
Kitzinger wrote more than 25 books on childbirth. She was known for the development of a birth plan in the late 1970s. Her plan gave more choice to the pregnant women as she believes people should focus on mothers instead of doctors during child birth. In short, it opened new windows in the arena of...
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