Study looks at quality of life, behavior of triplets as teens

Swiss researchers tracked 19 sets of triplets and 51 singletons, matched for birth weight, and found that the health-related quality of life and behavior of triplets as teens were no different from singletons. They also noted that parents of triplets cited fewer behavioral issues compared with parents of singletons. The study appears in the Journal of Pediatrics.

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