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"The night before my daughter was born, a neonatal doctor sat at my bedside and gave me the worst case scenario: brain damage, cerebral palsy, vision and hearing impairment, behavioural issues and a whole host of chronic health problems. “And a low IQ,” he added with a nervous laugh. “She might not be top of the class at school.” His intentions were good. I’d gone into labour 12 weeks early and, in his own clumsy way, he was trying to prepare me for the rollercoaster ride of the neonatal intensive care unit. ", www.independent.co.uk
"By early adulthood, adults who were born prematurely at low birth weights are less likely to be employed and to have children, and more likely to have lower incomes, be single and have chronic health conditions than those born at a healthy weight, according to a new study.", www.foxnews.com
"Fewer adults who were born prematurely at low-birth weights were employed or had children and they were more likely to have lower incomes, be single and report more chronic health conditions than their normal-birth-weight-term counterparts, according to", www.sciencecodex.com
"Extremely low birth weight (ELBW) babies who survive are more likely to be disadvantaged in employment, income, self-esteem, marriage and more by the time they reach their 30s. A longitudinal study has followed the ELBW survivors born between 1977 and 1982.", www.sciencedaily.com
"Despite dealing with health issues, parents of preemies might have another thing to worry about: how their child will fare later in life. According to a new study from McMaster University, newborns with an extremely low birth weight (ELBW) are more", www.popsugar.com
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