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When is it okay to have a baby in a hospital?

The Associated Press article A new study suggests that women who are pregnant or plan to become pregnant may be better off in hospitals, even when they are treated for serious diseases.

The study, published online Tuesday in the journal Pediatrics, is the latest to highlight the health benefits of hospital care for pregnant women and their babies.

The research looked at a large cohort of 6,914 pregnant women between the ages of 19 and 65 who were discharged from a large hospital in China in 2009-2010.

The researchers found that the hospital’s maternity wards were a good place to give birth and the babies born there had a better chance of survival than those born elsewhere.

While the hospital was a good environment for babies to be born, the mothers there also were more likely to have serious illnesses that made it more difficult for them to get well.

There were no differences in maternal mortality or infant mortality between the hospital wards and other hospitals.

The women were also less likely to be in a high-risk group of women.

“The study provides new data to underscore the importance of prenatal care, especially for women who might have serious health conditions,” said study author Jennifer Hannon, a clinical assistant professor of obstetrics and gynecology at Emory University in Atlanta.

“Women in high-poverty and low-income communities are at risk for a range of diseases and health complications, including birth defects and death.

This study highlights the importance to prioritize care for these women during pregnancy.”

The researchers also said the study did not prove that hospital care was the best option for pregnant mothers.

But they said the findings are likely to encourage hospital officials to better support pregnant women by ensuring adequate maternal and newborn care.

The authors noted that the study also found that hospital births were safer than other types of births and did not seem to affect maternal mortality rates.

Hospital maternity wards have been in widespread use in China for several years, but few studies have looked at how they work, Hannon said.

The findings could also have implications for prenatal care for other populations, including low-wage workers and people with disabilities, the authors said.

But the researchers said the research is the first to look at hospital births in a large population, and they emphasized that the results are not generalizable to other populations.

The AP contacted the state-run Shanghai hospital where the study was conducted for comment.

The hospital did not immediately respond to a request for comment on Tuesday.

The paper is titled: Preterm births and maternal mortality in a China hospital.

The first part of the paper: The results of the study were not unexpected given the high number of preterm births reported in the Chinese press.

A 2010 government-commissioned study on preterm birth rates among pregnant women in China reported that more than 20% of pregnant women had preterm deliveries in the first trimester, the last three months of pregnancy.

The Chinese government reported more than 5,500 preterm preterm babies died in 2010.

The latest study found that there were 3,097 preterm deaths in Beijing, with 1,818 babies born prematurely.