Prenatal Singing may reduce infant crying, study says

Prenatal singing may reduce infant crying, study says

Babies born to women who sang lullabies during pregnancy and after birth generally cried for 18.5% of the time, compared with 28.2% of infants whose mothers did not sing to them, a study found. Researchers wrote in the journal Women and Birth that singing lullabies also was helpful for infants with colic and for mother-baby bonding.

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