Published in Disease Risk Factor Week, December 28th, 2008
The research, "Increased Risk of Adverse Neurological Development for Late Preterm Infants," by Petrini et. al. was published online today by the Journal of Pediatrics. The authors also found that late preterm infants, (those born 34-36 weeks gestation), had a higher risk of developmental delays than babies born full-term.
The team of researchers from the March of Dimes, Kaiser Permanente Division of Research,...
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