Preemies May be Wired for Developmental Disorders

A new study suggests that babies born before 33 weeks have less connectivity in areas of the brain responsible for higher cognitive functioning. (Marice Cohn Band/Miami Herald/TNS)
Differences in brain wiring could help explain why children born premature are at greater risk for autism and other developmental disorders, researchers say. Read more.

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