- Perth’s Baby Farmer:
- Budrikis, Stella. 29 Sept 2020. “The Edward Street Baby Farm.” Freemantle Press.
- Wayne, Emma. 27 Jan 2021. “How dark world of ‘baby farming’ was exposed in sensational trial that brought lasting change.” Australian Broadcasting Company.
- Stonehenge Beaker Baby Burial:
- Morris, Steven. 4 Feb 2021. “Archaeologists unearth bronze age graves at Stonehenge tunnel site.” The Guardian.
- Medieval Childbirth:
- Bremmer, Elma. 5 Feb 2021. “The medieval childbirth guide: 6 tips for pregnant mothers in the Middle Ages.” BBC History Extra.
- Dr. Elma Bremmer’s posts on The Wellcome Collection’s Blog
- Manitoba takes First Nation’s Baby:
- Klowak, Marianne. 7 Feb 2021. “First Nations family advocate, chief question why newborns still being apprehended in Manitoba.” CBC News.
- Public Health Services. “Provincial and territorial child protection legislation and policy – 2018.” Government of Canada.
- NCSL. 3 Nov 2019. “The Child Welfare Placement Continuum: What’s Best for Children?” National Conference of State Legislators.
- Unregulated Sperms:
- Vice. 7 Feb 2021. “1 Sperm Donor, 17+ Kids, and a $5M Lawsuit.” YouTube.
- Almeling, Rene. 11 Aug 2011. “Sex Cells: The Medical Market for Eggs and Sperm.” University of California Press.
- OSHU Fertility Clinic. 4 Oct 2019. “OHSU statement on anonymous donor sperm services.” Oregon Health and Science University.
- Liquid Ventilation:
- Today I Found Out. 28 Jan 2021. “Can Humans Breathe Liquid Like in The Abyss?” YouTube.
- Thomas H. Shaffer, Marla R. Wolfson and Jay S. Greenspan. Dec 1999. “Liquid Ventilation: Current Status.” Pediatrics in Review, 20(12) e134-e142.
- Greenspan, Jay S. and Marla R.Wolfson, DavidRubenstein, Thomas H.Shaffer. July 1990. “Liquid ventilation of human preterm neonates.” The Journal of Pediatrics, 117(1:1): 106-111.
- CHOP. Undated. “Neonatal Liquid Ventilation.” Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia.
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