Breastfeeding has been the recommended method of feeding a newborn baby. But what about during this COVID-19 pandemic?
A few studies have already attempted to explain this significant change and offer solutions to solve the growing issue. Moreover, a study from New Zealand's University of Otago found out that toddlers are picking up on the anti-obesity attitudes of their mothers. It was observed that older toddlers (as young as 32 months) develop their attitudes according to their mothers' attitude to obesity.
A new study published in journal Infancy showed that when babies are exposed to tunes or songs, they tend to stay calm twice as long compared to when they listen to people talking.