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Babies Learn about Their Bodies By Kicking and Punching in the Womb

Sometimes, when you touch a pregnant lady's belly, you might feel a small thud, a sign that the baby is kicking inside the womb. Researchers reveal that this happens as a way for babies to understand their bodies while in the womb.

Researchers measuring the brainwaves of newborn babies have discovered that a baby's kicks are likely a way for the infant to map and begin to understand its body. The study could help doctors develop better techniques for looking after premature babies.

Anthony Wood has more on these research findings on New Atlas.

(Image credit: Carlo Navarro/Unsplash)


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Humans, schumans, who cares. Take the Bayer - Monsanto merger, Monsanto manufactures dicambia and glyphosate, both chemicals are used by farmers and glyphosate is a known carcinogen. Glyphosate has been detected in Ben & Jerry's, Quaker Oats and Cheerios but because 70% of the pesticide drifts to both Organic and non-Organic crops, all our foods are drenched in glyphosate.

My point is this... Bayer owns Monsanto, Monsanto causes Cancer and other illnesses and Bayer develops, manufactures and sells Chemotherapy agents, Go Figure...
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