Subject: Why do newborn babies smile when they get wind?
Date: Sat Oct 17 04:05:30 1998
Posted by Eve
Grade level: other
School: nope, no school... not yet!
City: Melbourne State/Province: Victoria
Area of science: Medicine
Umm.. that's my entire question. I know that an answer will not put
an end to my son's gastrointestinal dramas but I would really like to
know the answer anyway...
Why do newborn babies seem to 'smile' when they get wind? That is,
what is the physiological process behind this tricky reaction?
Re: Why do newborn babies smile when they get wind?
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