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Chlamydia, Gonorrhea Tied to Higher Risk of Pregnancy Complications

Different Bacteria Levels Seen in Women Who Give Preterm Birth: Study

Eye Condition in Preemies Hints at Risk for Later Disabilities

Fertility Treatments Behind High Rates of Multiple Births: Study

Gut Bacteria in Preemies Altered by Hospital Stay, Study Finds

Gut Bacteria in Preemies Could Lead to Life-Threatening Infections

Healthy Lifestyle May Mean Healthy Pregnancy

Heat Waves Tied to Higher Rates of Early-Term Deliveries

Heavier Pregnant Women Tend to Deliver Prematurely

Hospitals Enact Policies to Curb Early Childbirth

Month of Conception Might Raise Odds of Premature Birth: Study

More U.S. Women Having Kids in Their 30s and 40s: Report

Mother's Smoking, Early Birth May Raise ADHD Risk in Children

Mother's Voice on Special Pacifier Helps Preemies Learn to Eat

Preemie Birth Linked to Higher Insulin Levels in Kids

Preemie Birth May Raise Risk of Adult Heart Trouble

Preemie Breathing Problems Might Linger in Adulthood

Preemies' 'Excessive' Crying Tied to Risk of Behavior Problems Later

Preemies' Increased Survival Comes With No Rise in Disabilities: Study

Preemies Show Subtle Differences in Brain Development

Preemies' Woes Sometimes Due to Heredity, Study Says

Pregnancy Problem, Smaller Babies Tied to Cerebral Palsy Risk in Study

Pregnant Women May Be More Vulnerable to Potentially Dangerous Infection: Study

Premature Babies Benefit From Adult Talk, Study Finds

Premature Birth Linked to Asthma, Wheezing in Childhood

Premature 'Water Breaking' During Pregnancy Linked to Bacteria

Preterm Boys Face Worse Odds Than Girls, Study Says

Simple Method May Help Predict Tiny Preemies' Outlook

Smoking Plus Asthma in Pregnancy May Make for 'Dangerous Situation'

Steroids for Preemies May Raise ADHD Risk, Study Says

Study Suggests Late-Term Preemies Don't Do as Well in Life

Study Ties Weight-Loss Surgery to Higher Risk of Preemie Birth

Test of Preemie Breathing Treatments Finds Similar Complication Rates

Thyroid Disorders Tied to Complications in Pregnancy

Tiniest Newborns Often Lead Normal Adult Lives, Study Finds

U.S. Preemie Birth Rate Continues to Fall: Report

U.S. Women Delay Motherhood, Teen Births Historically Low: CDC

Very Early Preemies May Face Higher Risk of Future Eye Problem

Very Preterm Babies May Have Trouble Bonding With Parents

 

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