Each year, some 20,000,000 premature and low-birth-weight babies are born, many of them in developing countries without access to innovations in neo-natal care. One of the biggest problems these babies face is hypothermia. Because they are unable to regulate their body temperature, they cannot stay warm -- room temperature feels freezing. Four million of these infants die within the first month of life. Those who do survive often develop lifelong problems, including heart disease, low IQ and early onset diabetes.
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