Pamela Kaye
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In general, newborns are considered babies under 2 months of age, infants can be considered children between 1 year and 4 years, and babies can be used to refer to any child under 4 years of age.


  1. It is not possible for a baby to taste salt until it is four months old. In some cases, the delay may be caused by the development of the kidneys, which begin processing sodium around that age when the kidneys start to develop.

  2. The inner ear is a sensory organ in the body that develops completely before birth. It reaches its adult size in the middle of pregnancy. Baby Ear Pulling: Causes and When You Should Worry

  3. At the time of birth, babies do not have kneecaps. It takes up to six months for the kneecaps to develop completely.

  4. As adults, we have 206 bones, whereas as babies, we have 300 bones. As they grow, their bones fuse together, resulting in fewer bones as they become adults.                                    

  5. When a newborn is born, he or she typically urinates about every 20 minutes and then approximately every hour at 6 months of age.

  6. It is estimated that babies have about 30,000 taste buds. Some are on the tongue while others are on the tongue's sides, back, and roof. Adults have about 10,000 taste buds.  

  7. Studies have shown that cesarean babies are more likely to have breathing difficulties due to missing out on crucial hormonal and physiological changes during labor.

  8. Baby heads are proportionally huge, accounting for one-quarter of the total body length, as opposed to only one-eighth of the whole body length of an adult.

  9. Babies respond positively to the fragrance of their mothers' breasts and ignore breast pads used by others. It is even more impressive that a blindfolded woman can identify her own baby from a multitude of other babies by smell alone.

  10. It is more pleasing to new babies to see a drawing of a face instead of a random pattern, and they prefer smiling faces to grumpy ones.

  11. A 5-year-old Peruvian girl named Lina Medina was the youngest person to give birth. She delivered a boy on May 14, 1939.

  12. Female babies spend a day longer in the womb than male babies on average. White babies, on average, spend five days longer in their mothers than black babies, while Indian babies spend six days in the womb as a result.

  13. It has been said that the best chance for a baby to survive gestation is at 22 years of age, the age when human fertility begins.

  14. It is estimated that a baby is born every three seconds around the world.

  15. At birth, the average weight of a baby is 7-8 pounds.

  16. The smallest baby ever to live weighed only 8.5 ounces.

  17. The brain of a newborn accounts for 10% of its total body weight. In adults, this figure is 2%. The brain of an infant increases two and half times in size by the end of its first year, and it triples by the end of its fifth year. Males have a slightly larger brain at all stages of development.      A New Method Can Prevent and Reverse Newborn Brain Injuries

  18. They can hold their breath and swim naturally. However, this ability quickly disappears.

  19. "Infant" derives from the Latin infants, meaning "unable to speak", and typically refers to children between 1 and 12 months old. "Newborn" usually refers to children within 28 days of birth.

  20. During the Middle Ages, unruly babies were perceived as the result of inadequate breast milk.

  21. A baby uses approximately 2,700 diapers a year on average.

  22. Babies prefer a female voice over a male voice, which may explain why people raise their pitch when talking to babies.

  23. The development of a baby's self-awareness begins around the age of 12 months.

  24. A child usually understands object permanence by the age of 8-9 months.

  25. After birth, the human brain doubles to reach 60% of its adult size by the time a child reaches kindergarten. By the time the child reaches his or her mid-20s, the brain is at its full size. 

  26. The word "baby" comes from the babbling of a baby, such as "ba-ba-ba-ba."

  27. According to psychologists, children do not remember much until the age of three due to infantile amnesia. Early experiences are not recorded by the brain as yet or are connected to language acquisition, so they do not get into long-term memory banks.

  28. In medieval Europe, leeches were used as a form of treatment for babies' illnesses. For instance, leeches were placed on a baby's windpipe to treat croup. Teething babies were also frequently purged or bled.

  29. The only primates that smile at their parents are human babiesWhen Do Babies Smile?

  30. Albert Einstein, Isaac Newton, Mark Twain, Stevie Wonder, Johannes Kepler, and Sir Winston Churchill are all famous premature babies.

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