"Real Moms" and Embodied Pregnancy.

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3 Responses

  1. nancy says:

    i thought it was interesting, but not surprising, how low income women tend to gain more weight during pregnancy…what i thought about also, was the constraints on food selection, ie like the link between neighborhoods and healthy food availability, the tendency for fast, cheap food to be consumed by these communities.

  2. katya says:

    This article was harder to read than it should have been because the author can’t spell. You don’t “loose” weight, you “lose” it.

  3. rjmaratea says:

    Everyone at Sociology Lens wishes to apologize to any readers having difficulty with interpreting this post because, in fact, one typo was accidentally missed during the editorial process.

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