Higher cerebral palsy risk seen in babies born early or late

08/31/2010 | Reuters

Norwegian researchers found that full-term babies who are born earlier or later than the standard 40 weeks have a higher risk of cerebral palsy. The reasons for the increased risk were unclear, and researchers emphasized that the absolute risk is still very low.

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