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Maternal & Neonatal Health Journal
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The Maternal & Neonatal Health Journal (MNHJ) is an open-access journal published twice a year by Neolectura. MNHJ is a scientific journal dedicated to the study of obstetrics, reproductive health, newborns, and toddlers' development. It publishes conceptual papers and field research that synthesizes information from an earlier study and provides a new concept for future studies that will close knowledge gaps; and the interaction of the maternal and child in their natural environment.
The MNHJ is inviting researchers and academicians to publish their scientific work through this platform, which will eventually become a reference for the continuously expanding scientific knowledge worldwide.
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