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Term: Sibling Spacing

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Glossary Definition

Last Updated: 2010-11-17


concept/Social Determinants of Health-SDOH-Digital Library-Image.jpg Time elapsed (measured in days) between the birth of a child and the birth of his or her sibling from the mother's next pregnancy. For example, siblings may be born between nine months and several years apart from one another.

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