Popular folk remedies for colic called ineffective

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Popular folk remedies for colic called ineffective

Roxy Sterbenz, in this family photo from nearly two years ago, wears headphones playing white noise downloaded by her parents in an attempt to get Roxy to stop crying. She listened quietly for a few minutes, then resumed crying.
Roxy Sterbenz, 21 months, finally stopped crying after going nonstop for six months as a baby. Her mother, Leni Calas, now agrees that the only cure for colic is time.

Popular folk remedies for colic called ineffective

Roxy Sterbenz, in this family photo from nearly two years ago, wears headphones playing white noise downloaded by her parents in an attempt to get Roxy to stop crying. She listened quietly for a few minutes, then resumed crying.
Roxy Sterbenz, 21 months, finally stopped crying after going nonstop for six months as a baby. Her mother, Leni Calas, now agrees that the only cure for colic is time.
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