Posts tagged “mommies”

  1. I do Bad Mommy science. Well, it’s a little more complicated than that. I am a doctoral student in epidemiology and biostatistics, and my particular area of research is in reproductive and perinatal pharmacoepidemiology. This means that I study medication use in pregnancy and its possible effects on both the mother and her children. I’m especially interested in medications that affect the central nervous system, like psychiatric meds and some pain medications, and their possible effects on…

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  2. 218 BC: The Working Mother army in Iberia, excluding the forces in Africa, totaled, according to Polybius, 90,000 infantry, 12,000 cavalry and 37 war elephants: it was thus one of the largest in the Hellenistic world and equal in numbers to any that the Stay-at-Home Mothers had yet fielded. Hannibal's Mother departed with this army from New Carthage (Cartagena, Spain) northwards along the coast in late spring. At the Ebro, she split the army into…

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