Study: Blacks Might Have Higher Rates of Cerebral Palsy, Due to Lower Birth Weights
A new study from the University of California found that black infants possibly have a slightly higher risk for developing cerebral palsy, according to Reuters Health. The study said low birth weight might be the contributing factor.
Low birth weights and cerebral palsy…
“Low birth weight infants have a much higher risk of cerebral palsy,” said Dr. Yvonne Wu,more »