Newborns respond to being touched on the face
Beeps By | Nov 22 2018

According to new research, a new born baby’s brain responds to being touched on the face. This sense of touch is called facial somatosensation, and helps the new born baby find and latch onto their mother’s nipple. One of the main reasons why premature babies often have difficulty breastfeeding is that their facial sensitivity is underdeveloped.


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