In this photo provided by Tundi and Nate Brady, their 5-year-old son, Dexter, plays at home in Iowa City, Iowa. Born 16 weeks premature, Dexter spent five months in a neonatal intensive care unit after birth and is now a healthy 5-year-old whose only major medical issue is needing oxygen when he sleeps.
In this photo provided by Tundi and Nate Brady, their 5-year-old son, Dexter, plays at home in Iowa City, Iowa. Born 16 weeks premature, Dexter spent five months in a neonatal intensive care unit after birth and is now a healthy 5-year-old whose only major medical issue is needing oxygen when he sleeps. Tundi Brady THE ASSOCIATED PRESS
In this photo provided by Tundi and Nate Brady, their 5-year-old son, Dexter, plays at home in Iowa City, Iowa. Born 16 weeks premature, Dexter spent five months in a neonatal intensive care unit after birth and is now a healthy 5-year-old whose only major medical issue is needing oxygen when he sleeps. Tundi Brady THE ASSOCIATED PRESS

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