Report: Steps can reduce preterm births — a little

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  • My2Cents Taylorsville, UT
    Nov. 16, 2012 4:41 a.m.

    This is an article that belongs in medical journals (AMA), not a notice to pregnant parents.

    Inducing premature births is a medical crime to make billions of dollars with extended and dangerous preemie care, not a parental choice. Money motivates criminal health care so why is the DN targeting parents with what they already know? Dependability for the industry to pass accountability?

    The DN should pass this on to health care journals and doctors media where the real problem lies because doctors and hospitals want to schedule births according to golf games and vacations, holidays, and more efficient by equalizing a predicable cost and use of hospital rooms. Doctors are the ones who make the choices of making life miserable for preemie babies or allowing the natural development of babies before they are born.

    This is laughable and irresponsible novelty stories of fiction and deceptions again.