In a country where babies are being born almost daily, babies can be hard to come by.
The lack of babies can also leave parents frustrated.
Now, a new report from the University of New South Wales suggests that the birth of a baby can be an indication of things to come for a mother.
The study, conducted by the University’s Centre for Developmental Research, found that in Australia the percentage of babies born with Down syndrome in 2014 was 2.5 percent, a rate that was much higher than the world average of 0.3 percent.
But what exactly does a baby look like?
The University’s report found that the average baby has a head circumference of about 4 inches (10 centimeters), which means the average length of their head is 1.5 inches (3.6 centimeters).
And although there is no universally agreed definition of a ‘typical’ birth, a baby with Down Syndrome would be born with a head shape that was more like a baby that was born with severe brain damage, rather than a baby born without Down Syndrome.
Researchers found that babies with Down St syndrome were more likely to have a head with a wider forehead, narrower jaw and an angled chin than babies with normal intelligence.
The report also found that a baby who was born without any other congenital abnormalities, or a birth that occurred before the onset of symptoms, was more likely than a normal birth to have Down syndrome.
The report also pointed out that babies born without a head are at increased risk of developing autism spectrum disorder (ASD) and Asperger’s Syndrome.
The researchers found that between 3.8 percent and 10 percent of children with ASD have Down Syndrome, which can lead to symptoms such as aggression, difficulty with social interactions and difficulty with communication.
So, is there a difference between having a baby and having Down Syndrome?
It depends on your circumstances.
A baby born with autism is more likely be diagnosed with Downs syndrome, according to the report.
However, it’s not just Down syndrome that can affect a baby’s development, the report said.
The child with ASD can also have a brain abnormality called microcephaly, which is characterized by a small head.
Some babies with autism also have an abnormality of the spinal cord called spina bifida, which results in an abnormal spinal cord, according the report, which also said that spina Bifida can affect the child’s ability to speak and move.
While there is some evidence to suggest that babies who have Downs Syndrome have a slightly smaller head size than other children, it is not certain.
The University of Sydney’s Department of Psychiatry and Psychology found that having Down syndrome does not necessarily mean a child is more vulnerable to developing autism, but there is also no evidence that having it makes the child less likely to develop ASD.
The Department of Family and Community Medicine at the University says that the best advice is to have an open and honest discussion with your baby’s doctor and other health professionals about your child’s specific needs.
“You should not feel like your baby is being judged for having Down’s Syndrome,” Dr Andrew Smith, a paediatrician and the director of the department, said in a statement.
“But if your child does feel more vulnerable or uncomfortable, it could be because of the way your baby looks.”
The baby born in Australia in 2014 is just the latest baby to be diagnosed as having Downs, and according to Australian doctors, the number of babies with the condition is rising.
Doctors are also finding that babies that are born with congenital anomalies are also more likely, to have autism spectrum disorders, to suffer from a lack of communication and social skills and to have problems with social interaction.
More than 70 percent of babies diagnosed with ASD are born to mothers with Down’s syndrome, and the percentage has risen by 20 percent in the past 10 years, according a 2014 Australian study.
ABC News’ Natalie Meara contributed to this report.