The Effect of Music on the Fetus

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The Effect of Music on the Fetus

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Various studies conducted over the past two decades have demonstrated the ability of the fetus to hear sound. Many studies have pointed to the change in heart rate as a positive sign that the baby is stimulated by the music. Here are what the studies show...

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Highly exposed to phthalates as fetuses, female mice have altered reproductive lives

sciencedaily.com — “Many environmental and public health officials are concerned about the potential health effects of phthalates, which are common chemicals used to make plastics softer and more pliable. In the first study to examine what effect in utero doses of phthalates have on the reproductive system of mice, toxicologists found that extremely high doses were associated with significant changes, such as a shortened reproductive lifespan and abnormal cell growth in mammary glands.View full resource at sciencedaily.com

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