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Dr Arshid Murad, consultant paediatrician at James Cook, said: "Recent research conducted by Oxford University shows that children born prematurely are around twice as likely to be admitted to hospital after developing flu or flu-like illness.
According to researchers, people born prematurely may have a smaller airway size of the lungs causing wheezing, coughing and other symptoms that make it difficult to breathe.
But the woman slipped and caused her to prematurely deliver the baby, said Flores.
In the UK 100,000 babies arrive prematurely every year.
Researchers also looked at whether delaying school helped children born prematurely to do better but found no evidence to support this.
Since the start of the contract we have built a trustful and reliable relationship with InterSky and we are very proud and honoured to prematurely extend the existing contract a second time" says Martin Hach, COO of Lufthansa Technik AERO Alzey.
374billion has been repaid prematurely to the federal government up to 2013-14 financial year.
The research showed that average asthma rates rose to 14% in babies born prematurely, defined as at least three weeks early.
The report also found that female smokers are now dying prematurely at rates as high as male smokers, compared to a finding 20 years ago that women's risk was only half that of men.
Identical twins Luke, left, and Ryan Joicey were born prematurely and fought for life.
Megan, now aged two, was born prematurely at the Neonatal Unit in the Jessop Wing of the Royal Hallamshire Hospital, Sheffield in 2011.
Analysis by Cancer Research UK found 40% of men and women who die prematurely between the ages of 25 and 74 are killed by the disease.