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Give Babies the Time

Preterm birth is more common than you may think. In the United States, approximately 400,000 babies are born too early—or preterm—each year. Important developments occur during the last few weeks of pregnancy. Babies need every week inside the womb to grow and develop, inside and out.

Regardless of birth weight, babies born early are also more likely to be re-hospitalized. Preterm birth is more common than you may think. In the United States, approximately 400,000 babies are born too early—or preterm—each year. Important developments occur during the last few weeks of pregnancy. Babies need every week inside the womb to grow and develop, inside and out. Regardless of birth weight, babies born early are also more likely to be re-hospitalized.

Preterm birth is more common than you may think. In the United States, approximately 400,000 babies are born too early—or preterm—each year. Important developments occur during the last few weeks of pregnancy. Babies need every week inside the womb to grow and develop, inside and out.

Regardless of birth weight, babies born early are also more likely to be re-hospitalized. Preterm birth is more common than you may think. In the United States, approximately 400,000 babies are born too early—or preterm—each year. Important developments occur during the last few weeks of pregnancy. Babies need every week inside the womb to grow and develop, inside and out. Regardless of birth weight, babies born early are also more likely to be re-hospitalized.

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