Calming a crying baby is like trying to defuse a bomb. Imagine Jeremy Renner in "The Hurt Locker," checking to see if the baby's diaper is clean, trying to give it a bottle, and gently rocking it side-to-side, hoping to stop the screams. If all else fails, try this: a song scientifically engineered to make babies happy. "The Happy Song," developed in 2016, may even work on you. (Scroll down to listen to the full song.)
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Written by Curiosity Staff February 18, 2017
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