Approximately 10% of births in the U.S. are preterm, defined as before 37 completed weeks of pregnancy. Although many premature babies do well and have no long-term differences, preterm birth is associated with higher risks of later developmental issues. This is more common the more preterm the baby is. In some cases, the reason for…

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