The researchers said that these results that that even a child born at 39 weeks have a higher risk of SEN, compared to babies born a week later. The normal timing for elective deliveries is 39 weeks. ‘ Gestational age at delivery and Special Educational Need: Retrospective cohort study of 407,503 students. MacKay DF, Smith GCS, Dobbie R, Pell, JP PLoS Med 7 : e1000289 doi: 10.1371/journal.
Children with special needs can either:required learning disabilities such as dyslexia or autism, the special educational help. A physical difficulties such as poor vision or numbness that required special educational assistance. The researchers, led by Jill Pell, Section of Public Health, University of Glasgow, Glasgow, United Kingdom explained that we already knew that a baby is born, say at 24 weeks, has a higher risk of SEN in later life compared with full term baby . Pell studied.had the risks of SEN in later life for babies over a whole range of pregnancy was born not yet been studied.Tetri fast that fast food not per se caused to stress about liver damage. Rather, he says, the damage come from Food too many calories and too much fat and of sugar that done with a steady diet of burgers, sodas and other objects on top a typical fast-food menu. – ‘The big issue this being caloric content,’says Tetri. ‘You can put away 2,000 calories a single fast-food meals pretty easily. For most individuals, to view more calories than they needed in one all day. ‘.