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  • Being born late preterm linked to increased heart disease risk in adulthood

    Babies born at 35 weeks could be at higher risk of cardiovascular disease in adult life than those born at full term, according to new research by Hudson Institute of Medical Research scientists. The scientists found that being born late preterm (35 – 36 weeks gestation) was linked to a decrease in regulation by the…  Read more

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