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BELGIUM-HOSPITAL/
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October 18, 2014
A premature baby at Civil Hospital (CHU) waits in an incubator during the relocation of the hospital...
Charleroi, Belgium
A premature baby at Civil Hospital (CHU) waits in an incubator during the relocation of the hospital...
A premature baby at Civil Hospital (CHU) waits in an incubator during the relocation of the hospital of Charleroi, southern Belgium, to another one a few miles away, October 18, 2014. The relocation of the hospital to the new building a few miles away is considered by local authorities as the biggest transportation move of patients in one operation in Europe in the last 50 years. The move should take about 2 days in total to relocate 146 people. REUTERS/Yves Herman (BELGIUM - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
COLOMBIA-HEALTH/
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August 20, 2014
A nurse feeds a newborn baby donated milk during donation day at a hospital in Medellin August 20, 2014....
Medellin, Colombia
A nurse feeds a newborn baby donated milk during donation day at a hospital in Medellin
A nurse feeds a newborn baby donated milk during donation day at a hospital in Medellin August 20, 2014. Nursing mothers who have volunteered will supply the milk bank to offer a more nutritious alternative for children whose mothers are not able to provide them with breast milk. REUTERS/Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH FOOD)
COLOMBIA-HEALTH/
RTR435NB
August 20, 2014
A nurse feeds a newborn baby donated milk during donation day at a hospital in Medellin August 20, 2014....
Medellin, Colombia
A nurse feeds a newborn baby donated milk during donation day at a hospital in Medellin
A nurse feeds a newborn baby donated milk during donation day at a hospital in Medellin August 20, 2014. Nursing mothers who have volunteered will supply the milk bank to offer a more nutritious alternative for children whose mothers are not able to provide them with breast milk. REUTERS/Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH FOOD TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
COLOMBIA-HEALTH/
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August 20, 2014
A nurse holds the hand of a premature baby, who was born at five months of pregnancy, after feeding it...
Medellin, Colombia
Nurse holds the hand of a premature baby, who was born at five months of pregnancy, after feeding it...
A nurse holds the hand of a premature baby, who was born at five months of pregnancy, after feeding it with expressed breast milk on the first day of donation at a hospital in Medellin August 20, 2014. Nursing mothers who have volunteered will supply the milk bank to offer a more nutritious alternative for children whose mothers are not able to provide them with breast milk. REUTERS/ Fredy Builes (COLOMBIA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH FOOD TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
GUATEMALA/
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October 29, 2012
Laura Lucrecia breastfeeds her baby, who was born at 7 months, during the "Kangaroo Mothers" program...
Guatemala City, Guatemala
A mother breastfeeds her baby, who was born at 7 months, during the "Kangaroo Mothers" program in the...
Laura Lucrecia breastfeeds her baby, who was born at 7 months, during the "Kangaroo Mothers" program in the maternity ward of the Roosevelt hospital in Guatemala City October 29, 2012. The 19-day program, known as "Madres Canguro", is a method where mothers are trained to breastfeed and hold their premature babies near their chest as the body-to-body contact reduces infant mortality in preterm infants. Over 300 women take part in the program every month, according to hospital authorities. It was first designed and implemented in Bogota, Colombia in 1978 and at the hospital since 1989. REUTERS/Jorge Dan Lopez (GUATEMALA - Tags: HEALTH)
BRAZIL/
RTR36XIS
August 17, 2012
A premature baby is fed inside an incubator with milk from the Human Milk Bank at Fernandes Figueira...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A premature baby is fed inside an incubator with milk from the Human Milk Bank at Fernandes Figueira...
A premature baby is fed inside an incubator with milk from the Human Milk Bank at Fernandes Figueira Institute hospital in Rio de Janeiro August 15, 2012. Brazil has the largest network of Human Milk Banks in the world, recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), with more than 200 headquarters established throughout the country, according to a report by Fernandes Figueira Institute hospital. Picture taken August 15, 2012. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (BRAZIL - Tags: HEALTH)
BRAZIL/
RTR36XIP
August 17, 2012
A nurse feeds a premature baby with milk from the Human Milk Bank at the Fernandes Figueira Institute...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A nurse feeds a premature baby with milk from the Human Milk Bank at the Fernandes Figueira Institute...
A nurse feeds a premature baby with milk from the Human Milk Bank at the Fernandes Figueira Institute hospital in Rio de Janeiro August 15, 2012. Brazil has the largest network of Human Milk Banks in the world, recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), with more than 200 headquarters established throughout the country, according to a report by Fernandes Figueira Institute hospital. Picture taken August 15, 2012. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (BRAZIL - Tags: HEALTH)
BRAZIL/
RTR36XIG
August 17, 2012
A premature baby receives milk from the Human Milk Bank at the Fernandes Figueira Institute hospital...
Rio De Janeiro, Brazil
A premature baby receives milk from the Human Milk Bank at the Fernandes Figueira Institute hospital...
A premature baby receives milk from the Human Milk Bank at the Fernandes Figueira Institute hospital in Rio de Janeiro August 15, 2012. Brazil has the largest network of Human Milk Banks in the world, recognized by the World Health Organization (WHO), with more than 200 headquarters established throughout the country, according to a report by Fernandes Figueira Institute hospital. Picture taken August 15, 2012. REUTERS/Pilar Olivares (BRAZIL - Tags: TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY HEALTH)
PHILIPPINES-CONTRACEPTIVES/
RTR368NH
August 06, 2012
A premature baby lies in a crib at the Fabella government maternity hospital in Manila August 5, 2012....
Manila, Philippines
A premature baby lies in a crib at the Fabella government maternity hospital in Manila
A premature baby lies in a crib at the Fabella government maternity hospital in Manila August 5, 2012. The United Nations on Sunday called on Philippine leaders to pass the reproductive health bill, two days before the House of Representatives is scheduled to take a crucial vote on whether to end debates on the measure. It argued that the RH bill is not about population numbers as it is about ensuring a life of health and dignity. The UN statement also said, Family Health Survey (FHS), which was conducted from August to September 2011 with a recall period of six years for the data, estimated that for every 100,000 live births, there are 221 women dying due to complications of pregnancy and childbirth. This was a 36 percent increase from the 2006 Family Planning Survey data, which showed 162 estimated deaths per 100,000 live births. The FHS also estimated that, across all regions in the Philippines, the number of girls 15 to 19 years old who have delivered live births was 54 per 1,000 live births from 39 in 2006. For the 20 to 24 age group, the increase was to 159 per 1,000 live births from 149 in the 2006 survey. Picture taken August 5, 2012. REUTERS/Erik De Castro (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
USA/
RTR2WL6Z
January 21, 2012
Melinda Star Guido, one of the smallest surviving babies born according to the Global Birth Registry,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
One of the smallest surviving babies born is placed in a carrier during a news conference announcing...
Melinda Star Guido, one of the smallest surviving babies born according to the Global Birth Registry, is placed in a carrier during a news conference announcing her discharge at Los Angeles County USC Medical Center in Los Angeles, California January 20, 2012. Guido was born on August 30, 2011 at 24 weeks and weighs 9.5 ounces at birth. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
USA/
RTR2WL6V
January 21, 2012
Melinda Star Guido, one of the smallest surviving babies born according to the Global Birth Registry,...
Los Angeles, UNITED STATES
One of the smallest surviving babies born is pictured during a news conference announcing her discharge...
Melinda Star Guido, one of the smallest surviving babies born according to the Global Birth Registry, is pictured at a news conference announcing her discharge at Los Angeles County USC Medical Center in Los Angeles, California January 20, 2012. Guido was born on August 30, 2011 at 24 weeks and weighs 9.5 ounces at birth. REUTERS/Jason Redmond (UNITED STATES - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
POPULATION/
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October 31, 2011
A baby is seen at the perinatal centre of Moscow City Hospital Number 8 in Moscow October 31, 2011. The...
Moscow, Russia
A baby is seen at the perinatal centre of Moscow City Hospital Number 8 in Moscow
A baby is seen at the perinatal centre of Moscow City Hospital Number 8 in Moscow October 31, 2011. The world's population will reach seven billion on Monday, according to projections by the United Nations, which says this global milestone presents both an opportunity and a challenge for the planet. While more people are living longer and healthier lives, says the U.N., gaps between rich and poor are widening and more people than ever are vulnerable to food insecurity and water shortages. REUTERS/Denis Sinyakov (RUSSIA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
POPULATION/
RTR2TBZI
October 28, 2011
A premature baby boy lies in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at an Imam maternity hospital...
Karachi, Pakistan
A premature baby boy lies in an incubator at maternity hospital in Karachi
A premature baby boy lies in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at an Imam maternity hospital in Karachi October 28, 2011. The world's population will reach seven billion on October 31, according to projections by the United Nations, which says this global milestone presents both an opportunity and a challenge for the planet. REUTERS/Insiya Syed (PAKISTAN - Tags: POLITICS HEALTH)
POPULATION/
RTR2TAFI
October 27, 2011
A premature baby is treated by a doctor in an incubator on the natal intensive care unit at the Santa...
Caracas, Venezuela
A premature baby is treated by a doctor in an incubator on the natal intensive care unit at the Santa...
A premature baby is treated by a doctor in an incubator on the natal intensive care unit at the Santa Ana public maternity hospital in Caracas October 22, 2011. The world's population will reach seven billion on October 31, according to projections by the United Nations. Picture taken October 22, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
POPULATION/
RTR2TADE
October 27, 2011
A father holds the hand of his premature son in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at the...
Caracas, Venezuela
A father holds the hand of his premature son in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at the...
A father holds the hand of his premature son in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at the Santa Ana public maternity hospital in Caracas October 22, 2011. The world's population will reach seven billion on October 31, according to projections by the United Nations. Picture taken October 22, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
POPULATION/
RTR2TADB
October 27, 2011
Parents visit their premature son in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at the Santa Ana public...
Caracas, Venezuela
Parents visit their premature son in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at the Santa Ana public...
Parents visit their premature son in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at the Santa Ana public maternity hospital in Caracas October 22, 2011. The world's population will reach seven billion on October 31, according to projections by the United Nations. Picture taken October 22, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH)
POPULATION/
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October 26, 2011
A mother holds the hand of her premature daughter in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at...
Caracas, Venezuela
A mother holds the hand of his premature daughter in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at...
A mother holds the hand of her premature daughter in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at the Santa Ana public maternity hospital in Caracas October 22, 2011. The world's population will reach seven billion on October 31, according to projections by the United Nations. Picture taken October 22, 2011. REUTERS/Carlos Garcia Rawlins (VENEZUELA - Tags: SOCIETY HEALTH TPX IMAGES OF THE DAY)
POPULATION-CHILDBIRTH/
RTR2SZZF
October 22, 2011
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Caracas, Venezuela
A Cuban doctor cover the eyes of a premature baby in the natal intensive care unit of a public maternity...
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A Cuban doctor cover the eyes of a premature baby in the natal intensive care unit of a public maternity hospital in Gatire on the outskirts of Caracas October 5, 2011. The hospital is part of the 'Barrio Adentro' programme, which is a collaboration between the governments of Venezuela and Cuba, where highly trained Cuban doctors help provide publicly-funded health care for poor and marginalized communities in Venezuela. The world's population will reach seven billion on 31 October 2011, according to projections by the United Nations. Picture taken October 5, 2011 REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
POPULATION-CHILDBIRTH/
RTR2SZZ5
October 22, 2011
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Caracas, Venezuela
A premature baby sleeps in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at a public maternity hospital...
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A premature baby sleeps in an incubator in the natal intensive care unit at a public maternity hospital in Gatire on the outskirts of Caracas October 5, 2011. The hospital is part of the 'Barrio Adentro' programme, which is a collaboration between the governments of Venezuela and Cuba, where highly trained Cuban doctors help provide publicly-funded health care for poor and marginalized communities in Venezuela. The world's population will reach seven billion on 31 October 2011, according to projections by the United Nations. Picture taken October 5, 2011 REUTERS/Jorge Silva (VENEZUELA - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
ELSALVADOR/
RTR2MACI
May 12, 2011
A group of Salvadoran mothers participate in the "Kangaroo Mother" program at the National Maternity...
San Salvador, El Salvador
A group of Salvadoran mothers participate in the "Kangaroo Mother" program in San Salvador
A group of Salvadoran mothers participate in the "Kangaroo Mother" program at the National Maternity Hospital in San Salvador May 11, 2011. The "Kangaroo Mother" program is a technique used for the care of babies who were born premature and underweight. Doctors say the body- to-body contact helps to increase the baby's weight and fosters a better relationship between the newborn and his mother, for better growth development. In the National Maternity Hospital of El Salvador, 13,335 women gave birth in 2010 and 18% of children born prematurely, according to data from the Maternity Hospital of El Salvador. REUTERS/Luis Galdamez (EL SALVADOR - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
DOMINICAN-REPUBLIC/
RTR2CMSW
April 10, 2010
A 6-month-old baby born premature is seen inside an incubator at the Luis Eduardo Aybar's Hospital in...
Santo Domingo, Dominican Republic
Premature baby is seen inside an incubator at the Luis Eduardo Aybar's Hospital in Santo Domingo
A 6-month-old baby born premature is seen inside an incubator at the Luis Eduardo Aybar's Hospital in Santo Domingo April 9, 2010. REUTERS/Eduardo Munoz (DOMINICAN REPUBLIC - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
PHILIPPINES/
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March 24, 2010
A mother hugs her newly born premature baby inside the government-run Fabella hospital in Manila March...
Manila, Philippines
A mother hugs her newly born premature baby inside the government-run Fabella hospital in Manila
A mother hugs her newly born premature baby inside the government-run Fabella hospital in Manila March 24, 2010. A new law that adopts a national policy on breastfeeding takes effect on Wednesday, a local newspaper reported. The law mandates breastfeeding facilities in public areas and offices, and "milk breaks" for nursing female employees. REUTERS/Romeo Ranoco (PHILIPPINES - Tags: POLITICS SOCIETY)
AFGHANISTAN/
RTXRVFQ
December 15, 2009
A new born baby is seen in an incubator at the intensive care unit of an Afghan hospital in Herat December...
Herat, Afghanistan
A new born baby is seen in an incubator at the intensive care unit of an Afghan hospital in Herat
A new born baby is seen in an incubator at the intensive care unit of an Afghan hospital in Herat December 15, 2009. REUTERS/Morteza Nikoubazl (AFGHANISTAN - Tags: HEALTH SOCIETY)
VIETNAM/
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August 13, 2009
A nurse looks at a prematurely born baby lying inside a phototherapy unit at a hospital in Hanoi August...
Hanoi, Vietnam
A nurse looks at a prematurely born baby lying inside a phototherapy unit at a hospital in Hanoi
A nurse looks at a prematurely born baby lying inside a phototherapy unit at a hospital in Hanoi August 13, 2009. Vietnam's population has now reached 86.5 million, up 1.5 percent from 2007, making its the 13th most populous nation in the world. The Communist-ruled country has restricted families of state employees to two children, and threatens violators with punishments that range from fines to suspension from the political party. REUTERS/Kham (VIETNAM HEALTH POLITICS SOCIETY)
Egypt
RTX7PYL
July 07, 2008
A nurse looks after a premature baby inside an incubator at an Egyptian public hospital in the province...
El-Sharkia, Egypt
A nurse looks after a premature baby inside an incubator at an Egyptian public hospital in the province...
A nurse looks after a premature baby inside an incubator at an Egyptian public hospital in the province of Sharkia to the northeast of Cairo on June 10, 2008. REUTERS/Nasser Nuri (EGYPT)
EGYPT-HEALTH/
RTX7OD6
July 06, 2008
A nurse feeds a premature baby inside an incubator at an Egyptian public hospital in the province of...
El-Sharkia, Egypt
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A nurse feeds a premature baby inside an incubator at an Egyptian public hospital in the province of Sharkia, northeast of Cairo, June 10, 2008. A video showing doctors at a Cairo hospital frantically trying to resuscitate premature babies while others wail in the background after a night-time power cut has sparked a national uproar over a health-care system suffering from a lack of funds, a long legacy of mismanagement and allegations of corruption. To match feature EGYPT-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Nasser Nuri (EGYPT)
EGYPT-HEALTH/
RTX7OD5
July 06, 2008
A nurse looks after a premature baby inside an incubator at an Egyptian public hospital in the province...
El-Sharkia, Egypt
To match feature EGYPT-HEALTH/
A nurse looks after a premature baby inside an incubator at an Egyptian public hospital in the province of Sharkia, northeast of Cairo, June 10, 2008. A video showing doctors at a Cairo hospital frantically trying to resuscitate premature babies while others wail in the background after a night-time power cut has sparked a national uproar over a health-care system suffering from a lack of funds, a long legacy of mismanagement and allegations of corruption. To match feature EGYPT-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Nasser Nuri (EGYPT)
EGYPT-HEALTH/
RTX7OD4
July 06, 2008
A premature baby lies inside an incubator at an Egyptian public hospital in the province of Sharkia,...
El-Sharkia, Egypt
To match feature EGYPT-HEALTH/
A premature baby lies inside an incubator at an Egyptian public hospital in the province of Sharkia, northeast of Cairo, June 10, 2008. A video showing doctors at a Cairo hospital frantically trying to resuscitate premature babies while others wail in the background after a night-time power cut has sparked a national uproar over a health-care system suffering from a lack of funds, a long legacy of mismanagement and allegations of corruption. To match feature EGYPT-HEALTH/ REUTERS/Nasser Nuri (EGYPT)
EGYPT/
RTX6R8U
June 10, 2008
A nurse cares for Amina Ali, a premature baby girl, inside an incubator at a public hospital in the province...
El-Sharkia, Egypt
A nurse cares for Amina Ali, a premature baby girl, inside an incubator at a public hospital in the province...
A nurse cares for Amina Ali, a premature baby girl, inside an incubator at a public hospital in the province of Sharkia, northeast of Cairo, June 10,2008. The Egyptian Health Ministry has complained over the lack of sufficient funds for public hospitals. REUTERS/Nasser Nuri (EGYPT)
Egypt
RTX6R2U
June 10, 2008
A nurse cares for Amina Ali, a premature baby girl, inside an incubator at a public hospital in the province...
El-Sharkia, Egypt
A nurse cares for Amina Ali, a premature baby girl, inside an incubator at a public hospital in the province...
A nurse cares for Amina Ali, a premature baby girl, inside an incubator at a public hospital in the province of Sharkia, northeast of Cairo, June 10,2008. The Egyptian Health Ministry has complained over the lack of sufficient funds for public hospitals. REUTERS/Nasser Nuri (EGYPT)
Egypt
RTX6R2F
June 10, 2008
A nurse cares for Nourhanne Ahmed, a premature baby girl, inside an incubator at a public hospital in...
El-Sharkia, Egypt
A nurse cares for Nourhanne Ahmed, a premature baby girl, inside an incubator at a public hospital in...
A nurse cares for Nourhanne Ahmed, a premature baby girl, inside an incubator at a public hospital in the province of Sharkia, northeast of Cairo, June 10,2008. The Egyptian Health Ministry has complained over the lack of sufficient funds for public hospitals. REUTERS/Nasser Nuri (EGYPT)
CUBA/
RTR1XV50
March 04, 2008
A mother performs Kangaroo care - or skin-to-skin contact, with her premature baby to give the baby the...
Havana, Cuba
A mother performs Kangaroo care or skin-to-skin contact with her premature baby in Havana
A mother performs Kangaroo care - or skin-to-skin contact, with her premature baby to give the baby the physical stimulation it needs at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at the Ramon Gonzalez Coro maternity hospital in Havana January 24, 2008. Cuba has an infant mortality rate on a par with rich industrialized nations, of 5.3 deaths per 1,000 live births, which it boasts is lower than in the United States. Maternal mortality was down from 49.4 to 31.1 deaths per 100,000 live births. Picture taken January 24, 2008
REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
RTR1XV4G
March 04, 2008
A premature baby receives breathing assistance as its lungs are still underdeveloped while lying in an...
Havana, Cuba
A premature baby receives breathing assistance as its lungs are still underdeveloped while lying in an...
A premature baby receives breathing assistance as its lungs are still underdeveloped while lying in an incubator at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at the Ramon Gonzalez Coro maternity hospital in Havana January 24, 2008. Cuba has an infant mortality rate on a par with rich industrialized nations, of 5.3 deaths per 1,000 live births, which it boasts is lower than in the United States. Maternal mortality was down from 49.4 to 31.1 deaths per 100,000 live births.
Picture taken January 24, 2008 REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
CUBA/
RTR1XV3H
March 04, 2008
A premature baby receives intravenous immunoglobulin combined with phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive...
Havana, Cuba
A premature baby receives intravenous immunoglobulin combined with phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive...
A premature baby receives intravenous immunoglobulin combined with phototherapy at the Neonatal Intensive Care unit at the Ramon Gonzalez Coro maternity hospital in Havana February 22, 2008. Cuba has an infant mortality rate on a par with rich industrialized nations, of 5.3 deaths per 1,000 live births, which it boasts is lower than in the United States. Maternal mortality was down from 49.4 to 31.1 deaths per 100,000 live births. Picture taken February 22, 2008
REUTERS/Claudia Daut (CUBA)
INDIA-TOILET/
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February 28, 2008
New-born baby girl of Bhuri Kalbi, 33, lies inside a hospital in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad...
Ahmedabad, India
New-born baby girl of Kalbi lies inside a hospital in Ahmedabad
New-born baby girl of Bhuri Kalbi, 33, lies inside a hospital in the western Indian city of Ahmedabad February 28, 2008. The baby girl survived an ignoble birth after slipping down the toilet bowl of a moving train onto the tracks when a pregnant woman unexpectedly gave birth while relieving herself on Tuesday. REUTERS/Amit Dave (INDIA)
CANADA
RTR1OZQN
April 24, 2007
Four-day-old Abby wears an eye shade as she undergoes light therapy to treat jaundice at a hospital in...
Winnipeg, Canada
A premature baby wears an eye shade as she undergoes light therapy to treat jaundice at a hospital in...
Four-day-old Abby wears an eye shade as she undergoes light therapy to treat jaundice at a hospital in Winnipeg, Canada, December 19, 2005. Abby was born six weeks premature. Picture taken December 19. REUTERS/Shaun Best BEST QUALITY AVAILABLE
ALGERIA/
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April 19, 2007
One of the six premature babies is seen in an incubator at a public hospital in Algiers April19, 2007....
Algiers, Algeria
One of six premature babies is seen in an incubator at a public hospital in Algiers
One of the six premature babies is seen in an incubator at a public hospital in Algiers April19, 2007. Souhila Touile, an Algerian woman, gave birth to seven babies, one stillborn boy and six girls, at the Kouba public hospital on Wednesday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
ALGERIA/
RTR1OT9M
April 19, 2007
Touile Farthat stands next to his six premature babies at a public hospital in AlgiersApril19,2007. Souhila...
Algiers, Algeria
Touile Farthat stands next to his six premature babies at a public hospital in Algiers
Touile Farthat stands next to his six premature babies at a public hospital in AlgiersApril19,2007. Souhila Touile, an Algerian woman gave birth to seven babies, one stillborn boy and six girls at the Kouba public hospital on Wednesday. REUTERS/Zohra Bensemra (ALGERIA)
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INDIA POPULATION
RTR1C9NZ
April 06, 2006
An Indian nurse looks after five newborn babies, who are three months premature but healthy, from the...
Bhopal, India
An Indian nurse looks after five newborn babies at a private nursing home in Bhopal
An Indian nurse looks after five newborn babies, who are three months premature but healthy, from the same mother in a maternity ward at a private nursing home in the central Indian city of Bhopal April 6, 2006. According to a UNICEF report, the infant mortality in India is as high as 63 deaths per 1,000 live births. Most infant deaths occur in the first month of life, up to 47 per cent in the first week itself. REUTERS/Raj Patidar
CANADA
RTR1BDM9
December 19, 2005
Four-day-old Abby wears an eye shade as she undergoes light therapy to treat jaundice at a hospital in...
Winnipeg, Canada
A premature baby wears an eye shade as she undergoes light therapy to treat jaundice at a hospital in...
Four-day-old Abby wears an eye shade as she undergoes light therapy to treat jaundice at a hospital in Winnipeg, Canada, December 19, 2005. Abby was born six weeks premature. Picture taken December 19. REUTERS/Shaun Best Pictures of the Month December 2005 Pictures of the Year 2005
LIFE
RTRIQJ8
December 21, 2004
Neonatal Intensive Care nurses hold twin girls, Rumaisa (R) and Hiba Rahman, during a news conference...
Maywood, UNITED STATES
Neonatal Intensive Care nurses hold twin girls during a news conference at Loyola Medical Center in Maywood....
Neonatal Intensive Care nurses hold twin girls, Rumaisa (R) and Hiba Rahman, during a news conference at Loyola Medical Center in Maywood, Illinois, December 21, 2004. Rumaisa weighed 8.6 ounces at birth, about the size of a cellular phone and is the smallest known survivor in the world. REUTERS/Frank Polich pictures of the month December 2004 FJP
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