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Barbara Harper (born June 25, 1952) is a US childbirth and maternity reform activist, author, educator and internationally recognized expert on the use of warm ...

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Aug 24, 2017 ... Barbara's professional inspiration began with a close and loving relationship with her grandmother, Estella Ethel Harper Lemunyon, who was a ...

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Barbara Harper is an internationally recognized expert on waterbirth and Gentle Birth. Dedicating her life to changing the way we welcome babies into the world,  ...

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Gentle Birth Choices [Barbara Harper, Suzanne Arms] on Amazon.com. *FREE* shipping on qualifying offers. Birth as every woman would like it to be ...

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Barbara Harper, a former obstetric and neonatal nurse, is a midwife, doula, childbirth educator and social reform advocate. She is an internationally recognized ...

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Toxicology, rribal exposure scenarios and health risk evaluation; environmental regulations and Superfund cleanups, Natural Resource Damage Assessment, ...

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Apr 5, 2018 ... After a career as a pioneering woman pastor and church leader, the Rev. Barbara Harper died on Good Friday.

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Barbara Harper, RN, CLD, CCE, CKC, DEM* .... to describe how their babies responded after birth and in the months and years that followed (Harper, 2008).