Survival rates for premature babies have increased dramatically over the last 40 years, and researchers are now focusing on developing neonatal care to minimise the health risks of starting life prematurely.
Survival rates for premature babies have increased dramatically over the last 40 years. Meet Elliot Landgren, one of the new survivors.
Family-centred care, where parents live on the ward 24/7 with their premature baby, has been an option in Stockholm for a number of years. Paediatric nurse and researcher Annika Örtenstrand has studied what effects this has.
Face blindness, or prosopagnosia, is a recently discovered and little known disorder that is more common among those who are born extremely early.