Low birth weight an indicator of delayed development at age five - study
Tuesday, December 1, 2020
Babies with low birth weight are physically and cognitively ‘significantly’ behind their peers at the age of five, new analysis by the National Foundation for Educational Research in the International Early Learning and Child Well-being Study (IELS) has found.
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