It's estimated that there are 1.5 billion people in the world who speak English and over 437 million who speak Spanish. More and more people are becoming bilingual and trilingual in an effort to understand more of the world's population. While the language barrier is slowly being broken down around the world, there's one language that people everywhere struggle to understand—the universal language of the baby. No matter the nationality, babies cry. From the moment they first come into the world, doctors listen for that significant sign of life—a cry. This beautiful sound is an indicator that the baby's lungs are healthy and that they're breathing properly.
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