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This short article discusses the value and virtue of prenatal and perinatal communication, including awareness of the environment inside and outside the baby. Babies in the womb, newborns, and infants need to feel, perceive, and absorb words. Most important is the way in which we speak and the awareness of the impact of our words and actions on the unborn and newborn baby. This is the best practice used at the Paediatric Hospital, University of Studies of Insubria of Varese, Italy.
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