One in ten children is born prematurely every year. Babies are considered premature at 22 weeks or earlier. Now, a new study has shown that newborns can possibly survive outside of the womb at 22 weeks. This discovery could impact United States federal abortion laws that require states to allow abortion if the fetus is not be viable outside the mother.
Join us today as we discuss premature birth, men's health and the impact eating disorders have on those who run competitively.
Pam Belluck, health and science writer, New York Times
Dr. Dudley Danoff, urologist in Los Angeles and author of "The Ultimate Guide to Male Sexual Health"
Samantha Strong, writer, women's health advocate, co-founder Lane 9 Project
Heather Caplan, registered dietitian, co-founder Lane 9 Project