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Scientists have designed a robotic onesie that uses tracking sensors to help struggling babies crawl


curated by | August 4, 2016

Crawling is one of the first signs of healthy development in babies. When a child doesn’t start to crawl before the age of one, it can signal development deficits. In some rare cases, it may be a sign of cerebral palsy (CP), a neurological disorder that severely impacts muscle strength and movement. Around 10,000 babies born each year i



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