Babies Begin Learning from Their Moms Long Before You Think

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By CBS-8 Reporter

Researchers from the University of Washington say babies are listening and learning during the last 10 weeks of pregnancy.

Doctors say the fetus can hear vowel sounds and immediately after birth the babies can tell the difference between their native language and foreign ones.

The study indicates babies are learning earlier than first thought.

 



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