Researchers inspired by cri du chat built a new baby-cry analyzer. "Cry," explained the director of Brown University's Center for the Study of Children at Risk, "is an early warning sign that can be used in the context of looking at the whole baby." | Harper's Magazine

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Researchers inspired by cri du chat built a new baby-cry analyzer. “Cry,” explained the director of Brown University’s Center for the Study of Children at Risk, “is an early warning sign that can be used in the context of looking at the whole baby.”

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Researchers inspired by cri du chat built a new baby-cry analyzer. “Cry,” explained the director of Brown University’s Center for the Study of Children at Risk, “is an early warning sign that can be used in the context of looking at the whole baby.”

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