HMHBHealthy Mothers, Healthy Babies (resource network)
HMHBHalf Man Half Biscuit (1980s English band)
HMHBNational Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition
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BSP has pledged PGK 250,000 per year over three years towards HMHB, Burnet's five-year research program, which aims to arrest a maternal mortality rate in PNG that's one of the highest in the world and 80 times worse than Australia's.
The other day, Nigel Blackwell - the HMHB singer, guitarist and lyricist, who shares tune-writing duties with fellow founder member, bassist Neil Crossley - handed me a copy of Urge For Offal (the joy of each new CD begins with the title), which is, predictably, notable for many things.
And to get the most up to date information on topics of concern to new parents, check out HMHB on their website at
Meehan of HMHB said the group is now looking at ways to keep up with the growth of the program, automating parts of the process, and getting more women to sign up for the service.
"We believe the power of partnership and community can make an incredible difference in women's and children's lives," said Judy Meehan, CEO of HMHB. "Text4baby brings HMHB's mission to life and with the help of our partners, we believe we can be a strong catalyst for change."
According to the HMHB Coalition, this strategy of eating ocean fish rich in omega-3 fatty acids will ensure optimal neurologic development in children, as well as reduce the risk of preterm labor and postpartum depression in mothers.
However, HMHB never quite managed to get on top of their troubles and it was not one of their best ever gigs.
HMHB plays several key roles in the autopsy registry.
Formed on Merseyside in the early-80s, HMHB combined witty observations on the minutiae of everyday life with lyrics about "celebrities" like Welsh actress Nerys Hughes, Benny Hill sidekick Bob Todd and snooker referee Len Ganley.
Just one of his many successful undertakings has been the establishment of the Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies Coalition (HMHB), a public-private partnership devoted to promoting the health of mothers and children in this nation.
With a mixture of admiration and astonishment, a friend and fellow HMHB fan said: "I can't believe it.
In 2007, the National Healthy Mothers, Healthy Babies (HMHB) Coalition recommended that "women who want to become pregnant, are pregnant, or are breast-feeding should eat a minimum of 12 ounces per week of fish like salmon, tuna, sardines, and mackerel, and can do so safely."