Cardiovascular

Study finds premature infants are less healthy and have more social struggles in adulthood

A long-running U.S. study of premature infants who are now 23 years old found that premature infants are less healthy, have more social and school struggles, and have a greater risk of cardiac problems in adulthood. Read more.


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