Babies born small are often associated with genetic or maternal risk factors like poor nutrition or smoking. However, a twin study led by a research team at Boston''s Children Hospital has found that slower transport of oxygen from the mother to the baby across the placenta can predict smaller fetal growth, smaller brain and liver.
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