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Born Too Soon and Too Small

Born Too Soon and Too Small Questions and Answers About Prematurity - FN681

What does “prematurity” or “preterm” mean? Full-term pregnancies last between 37 and 42 weeks. Babies born before 37 weeks are called “premature” or “preterm.”

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Folic Acid: A Vitamin Important at Any Age

Folic Acid: A Vitamin Important at Any Age - FN680

The body uses folic acid to produce cells, including red blood cells, so it is important for men and women at all ages. Folic acid has been shown to help prevent up to 70 percent of birth defects of the brain and spinal cord, also known as neural tube defects. All women of childbearing age need folic acid before and during pregnancy. Adequate folic acid during pregnancy also may help prevent cleft lip/palate and other birth defects.

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