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Florence Nightingale defied Victorian norms to bring science and statistics into the field of nursing. She introduced revolutionary sanitation and hygiene practices to healthcare.
Ayahs were a distinct occupational group in India during the late 18th century, coinciding with the arrival of British wives. These women, called "memsahibs," relied heavily on ayahs for childcare.