-- Diana Kohnle
(HealthDay News) -- Young infants may not be able to speak, but
that doesn't mean they're not trying to communicate.
The American Academy of Pediatrics says parents should watch
newborns for early signs of communication, checking for any
possible signs of delay. The academy says babies should achieve
these milestones by the first birthday:
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