Brooke Megan Greenberg January 8th, — October 24,   was an American who remained physically and cognitively similar to a toddler , despite her increasing age. Brooke's doctors termed her condition Syndrome X. She was delivered by Caesarean section , one month before her due date due to "intermittent growth",  weighing just four pounds 1. She was born with anterior hip dislocation , a condition that caused her legs to be swiveled upward toward her shoulders; it was corrected surgically. Otherwise, Brooke appeared to be a normal infant.
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BBC - Future - Ageing: The girls who never grow older
By Margot Peppers. A rare condition resulting in slowed-down aging and various cognitive defects has affected the stars of an upcoming TV special. The show will star, among others, eight-year-old Gabby Williams, from Billings, Montana, whose body resembles that of a toddler, and whose condition has left her blind and unable to speak. The real Benjamin Button? Permanent toddler: The show will star, among others, eight-year-old Gabby Williams pictured from Billings, Montana, whose body resembles that of a toddler, and whose condition has left her blind and unable to speak. Unsolved: Gabby's story was first broadcast on TLC two years ago, when her family embarked on a journey to uncover the cause of her disorder. Gabby's story was first broadcast on TLC two years ago, when her family embarked on a journey to uncover the cause of her disorder.
It seems like Gabby Williams has been a newborn forever, and she has. She still wears diapers and nurses every three hours. But the little Montana girl with the long hair is 6 years old. As each of her younger siblings were born and grew into toddlers and then developed into older children, she stayed the same.
Pediatrician Dr. Originally from Montreal and now based in Ottawa, he was a pioneering adopter of the Internet in www. Over a long career which started as a musician he has created and produced hundreds of articles, videos, booklets, TV and radio programs on a wide range of topics. In short, tender, loving and caring relationships with babies help shape their brains positively.