- n. Plural form of infant.
“In related news, the New England Journal of Medicine has reported that the presence of particular bacteria in infants is a strong predictor for asthma.”
“It's what you call infants and animals who are fated to never die.”
“There's usually teenagers to help out, but you don't need more than 2 extra bedrooms to turn into dormitories and an industrial-style kitchen. 8 infants is a real stretch, but can be done.”
“Now she was a fugitive, and her only concern was keeping her twin infants away from their father.”
“In mental skills, late preterm babies were 52% more likely than term infants to suffer severe delays and 43% more likely to experience milder limitations.”
“Previously, these infants were just considered small full-term infants rather than preterm infants, said study author Dr. Melissa A. Woythaler, a neonatologist at Massachusetts General Hospital.”
“Use of the technology in infants and young children has been limited because they typically need to be sedated to stay motionless long enough for traditional MEG machines to collect the necessary data.”
“While past studies find this type of learning can occur in infants who are awake, this is the first study to document it in their most frequent state, while they are asleep.”
“The most common reasons for heart transplantation in infants, children and young adults include:”
“Interventional Radiology (IR) at The Children's Hospital of Philadelphia provides a full range of therapeutic and diagnostic procedures in infants, children, and adolescents.”
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