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Infant crying triggers mom’s brain, study finds

Infant cries activate specific brain regions related to movement and speech, according to a National Institutes of Health study of mothers in 11 countries. The findings, led by researchers at NIH’s Eunice Kennedy Shriver National Institute of Child Health and Human … Continue reading

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Happy moms lower risk of colicky babies, study finds

What causes colic? No one knows for sure, but a new study reveals a powerful way to lower the risk: Love and happiness. In a study of 3,000 mothers, relationship happiness, a solid support system and an involved partner were … Continue reading

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Who ‘hears’ a crying baby?

Ever been in a public setting when a baby cries? Isn’t it funny how all the women turn their heads immediately to the source of the noise, while the men typically ignore it. Well, researchers at the National Institutes of … Continue reading

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