Early ‘full-term’ babies may have poorer respiratory fitness through adolescence and young adulthood

Though considered full-term, babies born at 37-38 gestational weeks may be more likely than those born later to have poor cardiorespiratory fitness into young adulthood. These findings suggest scheduled caesarean sections or induced labor at lower gestational ages are concerning.

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