Not really sure if your infant is actually turning toward your voice or just randomly moving around?A new study looking at baby brain scans shows, yep, infants can recognize human sounds. LiveScience reports at 3 ...Babies as young as 3 months can recognize voices, researchers note.
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A preemie's chance of survival goes up 62 percent at Level III hospitals. Credit: Damon Dahlen, AOLIf your baby is born prematurely, the odds that he or she will survive increase dramatically if you can get to a specialized hospital. Here's ho...
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