Parent talk boosts preemies' vocalization

10/20/2011 | Reuters

A study in Pediatrics of 36 very preterm babies at a neonatal intensive care unit found that the babies were more vocal, usually making short vowel sounds, when they heard adults talking. Preemies were able to make more sounds at week 32, especially when their parents were visiting or feeding them, researchers said.

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