Preemies defined before 37 weeks 10 world population

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effective after age 1, flat heads fix themselves normally.  Preemies Defined- before 37 weeks 10% world population 80 to 98% survive, U.S. ($26B) 34 week after they are less concerned, before 34 weeks its risky trend: children after age 35 (18 to 34 is optimal birthing age), IVF, caesarian section-  fetal distress, lifestyle behaviors, bacterial infections, genetics, cervix shortening less  25MM, late 2 nd  trimester
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infertility prevalence- early 20s- 10%, early 40s- 30% causes – age, STI, stress/anxiety, obesity, smoking, optimal fertility zone BMI- 20 to 24,  diet- slow vs. fast carbs, plant proteins, caution low fat- reduces sex hormones, 8.5  serving full dairy products.  Pregnancy and depression-  Baby blues- depression, mood swings, crying, hygiene Post-partum psychosis- chemical disruption, have no idea whats going on EXAM FOCUS Unborn victims of violence act Alcohol and pregnancy Caffeine excretion Tobacco last 4 months 1/6 pregnant women smoking  moderate exercise sensory stimulation optimal birth age 18 to 35 tummy time plagiocephaly optimal fertility zone 20 to 24 diet low fat ( hormone depletion) plant protein  preemies
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  • Moderate exercise, new drugs, Optimal birth age, optimal fertility zone, optimal birthing age, Sodium­ motor control

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