Variation among preterm infants is the norm

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Variation among preterm infants is the norm
Variation among preterm infants is the norm
One in 10 infants in the United States is born preterm—less than 36 weeks gestation—each year. Infants born early are at a higher risk for long-term health problems and neurodevelopmental and cognitive delays. Children who experienced significant, quality parental interactions displayed better learning abilities and social skills than preterm children who did not experience similar parental interactions.
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