Down Syndrome

Down Syndrome is a genetic disorder that occurs in roughly 1 out of every 700 births in which the child is born with 47 chromosomes instead of 46. Babies born with down syndrome are sometimes more susceptible to health problems. Learn about how to raise a baby with down syndrome, and some common health problems to be aware of.

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