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Pandemic Babies Displaying Developmental Delays — Even If Their Mothers Didn’t Have COVID

NEW YORK — Babies born during the first year of the pandemic are displaying less social and motor skills than other children born prior to the health crisis. Concerningly, researchers from Columbia University Irving Medical Center say they’re noticing this in young children regardless of whether their mothers had COVID-19 or not. At six months…

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