Singing during "kangaroo care" improves preemies' heart rate

08/14/2014 | Reuters

Infants who were held in a kangaroo care position and sang to by their mothers had significantly a improved heart rate compared with those who were just held, according to a study in the journal Acta Paediatrica. Researchers noted that singing during kangaroo care also lowered anxiety levels among mothers.

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