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 Is the trachea softer and more flexible in infants and children?

Answer The process of turning into bone is called ossification.
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What is congenital hydrocephalus in infants and children?

You cant do anything but listen and go to school. But they should care that your sick.Ask you teacher to send you to the school nurrse for evaluation.
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