Premature Birth is a Bane for Babies

Premature Birth is a Bane for Babies

According to a latest report, 17th of November will be marked as the World Prematurity Day, as thousands of people throughout the world will try to raise awareness among people regarding premature birth of babies.

According to a survey, about 15 million babies are born at a premature stage every year all over the world. According to sources, out of 15 million premature babies, about 1 million are not able to survive.

According to this survey, more babies die every year because of premature delivery than AIDS, malaria or diarrhea.

It has also been revealed by the medics that babies, who survive premature birth, often suffer from lifelong health problems. These problems can include cerebral palsy, vision and hearing loss, or even intellectual disabilities.

It has also been sighted by the GP's that infants born at 37 or 38 weeks of pregnancy have an increased risk of health problems, as compared to the infants born at about 39 weeks.

According to the sources, many celebrities including Celine Dion, Pink and Anne Geddes will unite with other celebrity parents in order to spread virtual hugs. They will unite in order to spread awareness among public that premature birth of babies is actually a very serious problem.


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