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Babies feel less pain during injections when held against mother's skin, study finds

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Babies feel less pain during injections when held against mother's skin, study finds

The Telegraph - Phoebe Southworth

Babies feel less pain during injections when they have skin-on-skin contact with their mother, a UCL study has found. Newborns held through clothing showed more brain activity when being administered a jab compared with those held directly against their parent's skin, the researchers discovered. The …

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