Neonatal Circumcision from a Peimal Health Research Perspective
“Primal Health Research” explores correlations between the “primal period” (from conception until, the first birthday) and health and behaviour later in life. The development of this generation of research was predicted in the book Primal Health, and a simplified vocabulary was proposed in order to prepare for a renewed understanding of health and diseases.1 Today, it is not easy to identify the many studies that belong to this new framework through the usual scientific and medical networks, because they are unrelated according to the current classifications. This will continue as long as the scientific and medical journals do not routinely introduce significant and simple key words such as “primal health research.” That is why a computerised primal health research databank is necessary.
KeywordsNeonatal Period Maternal Separation Penile Cancer Medical Network Primal Period
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