Study sheds more light on long-term developmental risks of preterm birth

Children born moderately preterm (32–33 weeks) or late preterm (34–36 weeks) have higher long-term risks of neurodevelopmental difficulties that can affect their behavior and ability to learn, finds a study of more than 1 million children. The findings are published in The BMJ today.

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