Study confirms delayed cord clamping might be best for baby

“… babies who do not breathe immediately after being born might be better off being left attached to the umbilical cord for a short time, keeping them anchored to the placenta with its natural supply of blood and oxygen.”

https://www.smh.com.au/national/baby-s-first-breath-could-wait-a-minute-if-study-strikes-right-cord-20180524-p4zha9.html

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