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Childcare for infants can cost on average up to $24,000 a year, which is just shy of half the national average family income.
Amnesty later discovered that even those 19 infants had died before the Iraqi invasion.
The 53 infants that had a one-month telemedicine visit continued to show no signs of the illness.
Puopolo is the lead author of AAP’s guidance, which now states that a baby is at low risk of infection when staying with the mother after delivery if she wears a mask and cleans hands before holding her infant.
As infants, we observe our parents and teachers, and from them we learn how to walk, talk, read—and use smartphones.
He had been one of the first to suggest disk galaxies existed in the infant universe.
Soon after that, I wrote you in regard to the condition in which we found this infant Church and Colony.
And then Jolly Robin would feel ashamed that he had even thought of being so cruel to an infant bird, even if he was a Cowbird.
THE TALE OF GRANDFATHER MOLEARTHUR SCOTT BAILEY
Two or three more infant deaths intervened before the birth of Marcella.
There was a picture of Madame Lebrun with Robert as a baby, seated in her lap, a round-faced infant with a fist in his mouth.

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