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The brains of newborns distinguish between caresses

04:29 EDT 22 Aug 2017 | Medical Xpress

The ability to distinguish between different kinds of caresses on the skin already exists at a very early age. This is evident from a study by the Sahlgrenska Academy, in which the blood supply in brains of infants 6 to 10 weeks old was investigated.

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