Autism is a complex brain disorder that appears during early childhood. It can be difficult to diagnose and treat because it affects each person in different ways. Scientists are uncovering new clues to this complicated condition. Read more about autism spectrum disorder.
As more women are choosing the date they’ll give birth, there’s been a trend toward earlier delivery dates. But research shows that babies are born healthier if they have at least 39 weeks to grow in the womb. Read more about delivery at 39 weeks.
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