Can a Baby’s Cry Predict Autism?

Researchers at Brown University and Women & Infants Hospital have developed a machine that can analyze babies’ cries and make it easier for physicians to identify neurological or developmental issues in children.

“Slight variations in cries, mostly imperceptible to the human ear, can be a […]

It’s OK to Cry (My Journey with Higher Order Multiples)

This was originally published by MOST member Riley D. Smith in Supertwins magazine’s Father’s Forum.

For several years now I have wanted to put into writing what my personal journey as the father of a wonderful set of quadruplets has entailed. It seems that I just never really had the time, or, more likely, […]

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