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But in some countries more than 75 percent of babies

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Unformatted text preview: es up to $100,000 or six months in jail. But in some countries, more than 75 percent of babies still use walkers– and the injuries continue. Sometime in the second half of the first year, healthy babies develop a strong urge to move across the floor. At first, this is a struggle for them as they work their arms and legs, stretching, rolling, scooting or crawling. They find delight in accomplishment as they achieve their goal of a toy out of reach. Later, the focus of their work will turn to pulling themselves upright. Babies who use a walker skip some of this magnificent developmental journey. With their toes in an unnatural position, they glide across the floor with ease, moving up...
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