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Early delivery due to scrapping of ‘baby cheque’ poses risks to babies




A study by Libertad González, professor with the Department of Economics and Business at UPF and the Barcelona GSE; Cristina Borra and Almudena Sevilla, found that children born prematurely due to the scrapping of the “baby cheque” weighed less at birth and had 20% more hospitalizations, especially due to respiratory problems, although the negative effects seem to dissipate after the second month of life.

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