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gestated for the entire duration of normal pregnancy

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The goal for this year's event is to raise more than $100 million to support the research and community and education programs that help women have full-term pregnancies and healthy babies.
Babies born between 35 and 37 weeks' gestation may not look premature and are at risk for more problems than full-term babies.
An Israeli study found a threefold higher rate of infant death among those born between 34 and 37 weeks when compared with babies born full-term.
For full-term babies, the pattern persisted after taking account of influences such as social and economic background and parental factors.
Babies born prematurely generate a protective immune response to two routine vaccines as strongly as full-term babies do.
Researchers funded by the National Institutes of Health have found that older mothers with normal, full-term pregnancies - particularly first-time older mothers - were more likely to undergo Caesarean delivery than were younger women with similarly low-risk pregnancies.
Similar CO exposures and distances during the third trimester were associated with a 36% increase in LBW following a full-term pregnancy.
The Funded Alternative: Funding for the transaction is generated through the placement of the notes on either a full-term basis or on a short-term basis through a Dutch auction or tender option process.
Police found the body of the full-term baby girl, which Ma said was stillborn, in trash can behind her home after she told officers where to find it, police said.
Certain patterns of alcohol consumption shortly before conception and late in pregnancy are related to a woman's odds of giving birth to a full-term infant who is small for gestational age, according to an analysis of data from a multi-state sample.
Stridor and respiratory distress in a full-term newborn should be evaluated for possible congenital anomalies of the laryngotracheal airway.
Scientists greeted these announcements with disdain, and most specialists believe that the technology doesn't yet exist to produce a full-term cloned human infant.
The omega-3 fats in seafood may protect against having a preterm baby or a full-term baby with low birth weight.
For example, women with a first full-term pregnancy after age thirty face a breast cancer risk two to three times higher than women with a full-term pregnancy before age twenty.