A fetus can be born alive in the womb, as a girl, or as a boy, according to a new study.
The study, published in the journal Developmental Psychology, found that babies are born with an average of two to four weeks of growth during fetal development, and some babies have more than six months of growth.
The research team analyzed data from over 10,000 infants who were born between July 1, 2008, and March 31, 2009, from the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s National Vital Statistics System.
The data was analyzed from the National Center for Health Statistics, the National Institutes of Health, the Centers of Disease Control, the University of Washington and the University at Buffalo.
The researchers also examined data from the Bureau of Labor Statistics.
The researchers analyzed the most common prenatal development stages, including gestational age, fetal brain size, the type of skull, and the size of the brain.
The study looked at the data from more than 10,500 babies who were found to have either gestational diabetes or gestational hypertension.
The data found that about 1 in 7 babies had a birth weight of more than 25 grams.
In some cases, the researchers found that some babies weighed up to 35 grams.
For some babies, a birthweight was more than 40 grams.
The authors found that, in addition to gestational diastolic (diastolic blood pressure) and heart rate, there were a number of other developmental changes in fetms.
For example, there was an increased risk of cerebral palsy and autism spectrum disorders.
The most common fetal growth stage was gestational development, which occurred in the first week of life.
The other developmental stages were bilateral or bilateral atresia, as in one baby is born with two fingers, or one baby has three toes, and so on.
The authors found about 1.3 percent of babies had gestational growth disorders.
For example, the authors found there were about 1,700 cases of atresial syndromes in newborns.
About 1 in 4 fetuses had one or more of these developmental disorders.
There were about 3,200 cases of autism spectrum disorder.