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Clinics in Mother and Child Health

Care to be Taken for New Borns
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Taking care of a newborn is both the simplest and most difficult thing you have probably ever done in your life. Know that your baby will sleep much of the time. Newborns generally sleep up to 20 hours a day the first few weeks. The sense of responsibility, particularly after years of being responsible only for yourself, can be overwhelming. Before handling a new born baby, it should be noted that the person should wash the hands as they are more susceptible to infections because they have poor immune system. They should not be shaken vigorously for making them sleep as it causes bleeding in the brain and even death.

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