That suggests that “the amygdala is quite sensitive to the quality of maternal care,” says Lupien.
New research shows the American maternal death rate is far higher than in other Western nations.
It now provides facilities for maternal and infant care, along with diagnostic laboratories and an emergency blood bank.
You might be tempted to believe that maternal mortality exists almost exclusively in developing nations.
This disease is responsible for 15 percent of maternal deaths worldwide, and there is no prevention.
These terms were found in avunculus, maternal uncle, and matertera, maternal aunt.
Mary was, in many things, a child; but her attitude had grown to be maternal.
In practice she still maintained something of maternal authority, often gaining her point by merely seeming offended.
But Mary, regardless of maternal cacklings, sped after the doctor as he turned his horse.
Whence conjugal duty, paternal or maternal duty, filial duty, and fraternal duty.
maternal ma·ter·nal (mə-tûr'nəl)
Relating to or characteristic of a mother.
Inherited from one's mother.