Hearing mother’s voice can lessen pain in premature babies, study suggests

Hearing mother’s voice can lessen pain in premature babies, study suggests

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By: Nicola Davis Science correspondent | Hearing mother’s voice can lessen pain in premature babies, study suggests | Neuroscience | The Guardian

Researchers measured pain responses in preterm babies during routine procedures in neonatal unit

Premature babies appear to feel less pain during medical procedures when they are spoken to by their mothers, researchers have found.

Babies that are born very early often have to spend time in neonatal intensive care units, and may need several painful clinical procedures. The situation can also mean lengthy separation from parents.

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