New Scientist magazine issue #16 contains an article about the complications of pregnancy.
The article, titled How to Keep Your Baby Happy as He or She Goes Into Labour, says the baby should not be allowed to breathe, eat, move or drink after it has been born.
The baby should also not be fed by mouth, said the article.
New Scientist says in the article that there is also a case for caesarean section.
The doctor recommends the mother go to the hospital with her baby to have a c-section.
However, the article doesn’t mention that the mother should do this at home, and that a caesarian section is not recommended.
The author of the article, Dr Robert H. McEwen, says in his article that he would like to see more research into the medical issues related to premature birth.
“The baby should be kept under observation, so as not to have any serious complications during labour,” he said.
“If the baby is still under observation when the birth is due, then a caeson must be carried out.”
There are other medical issues that are related to the premature birth that the article mentions.
For example, the baby could suffer an infection, or the baby may not survive if the umbilical cord is pulled out before the baby has fully formed.
However if the baby survives the birth, there is no need to remove the cord, said Dr McEwan.
It is important to note that premature babies do not have to be removed from the hospital, as the baby will be able to survive in the neonatal intensive care unit.