Guy Philbin

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Babies born at altitudes above 2,700 meters have been reported to be below normal birth weight and small for gestational age (SGA). In a study of a specific community (Leadville, Colorado, altitude 3,100 meters) over a period of 14 months (ending November, 1978), 215 newborn infants were found to be appropriate for gestational age (AGA), with the entire(More)
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