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premature

(of an infant) weighing less than 2500 g (5½ lbs) and usually born before the end of the full period of gestation
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It would have been premature to interfere with her at such a time as this.
In the midst of her grief and tears she was yet careful to conceal their real cause from the old man, for the dead boy had been a grandchild, and left but one aged relative to mourn his premature decay.
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THE generosity of local fundraisers has led to a charity recruiting its first PhD student to research premature births.
A campaign to raise awareness of premature births kicked off at the National Guard Hospital and Granada center mall in Riyadh.
Chic Designs Baby Boutique has opened a new Internet store in the UK, offering Baby designs and gifts at affordable prices from premature babies to 6 yrs.
Sixty symptomatic patients (mean age, 48 years; range, 16-70 years) with more than 240 premature ventricular complexes (PVCs) or premature supraventricular complexes (PsVCs) on 24-hour Holter monitoring were randomly assigned to receive, in double-blind fashion, 3 g per day of magnesium pidolate (260 mg per day of elemental magnesium) or placebo for 30 days.
London, Nov 17 ( ANI ): A UK mother had delivered three premature babies in 28 months and all of them managed to survive.
long) can be a risk factor for premature delivery, and the reality star has certainly had her fair share of distress in recent months.
Sami Ulus Children's Hospital in Ankara, said premature birth and medical complications caused by premature births are the greatest causes of death in newborns.
The aim of this study was to explore and describe the experience of becoming a grandmother to a premature infant.
Very premature babies are thought to be up to seven times more likely to suffer from bipolar disorder as adults than those born at full term.