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Late preterm infants born between 34-36 6/7-week gestation are known to have increased risk of adverse outcomes compared with term infants. They can have significantly more medical complications related to temperature instability, hypoglycemia, respiratory distress, jaundice, apnea, seizures, and feeding problems.  Learn More...

With Minnesota and the nation as a whole continuing efforts to reduce infant mortality, the Minnesota Department of Health is highlighting the value of progesterone to prevent preterm births. The United States lags behind many other developed countries in infant mortality rates. About one out of every eight births in the U.S. and about one out of 10 births in Minnesota are premature. As part of the effort to raise awareness of infant mortality and potential solutions, Governor Dayton proclaimed September 23-29 as Infant Mortality Awareness Week. Learn More...

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