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The healthy human infant tends to sleep in the prone rather than the supine position
Togari, H.; Kato, I.; Saito, N.; Yamaguchi, N.
Prognostic factors for walking attainment in very low-birthweight preterm infants
Jeng, S.; Yau, K.; Liao, H.; Chen, L.; Chen, P.
Looking back in time: outcome of a national cohort of very preterm infants born in The Netherlands in 1983
Walther, F.J.; den Ouden, A.L.; Verloove-Vanhorick, S.P.
Terminal bronchiolar duct ending number does not increase post-natally in normal infants
Beech, D.J.; Sibbons, P.D.; Howard, C.V.; van Velzen, D.
Postnatal weight loss and contraction of the extracellular compartment is triggered by atrial natriuretic peptide
Modi, N.; Betremieux, P.; Midgley, J.; Hartnoll, G.
Infant autonomic function is altered by maternal smoking during pregnancy
Browne, C.A.; Colditz, P.B.; Dunster, K.R.
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