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New Cell Phone App Allows Mother Expecting Mother To Check On Their Baby

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A new smartphone app allows expectant mothers to track their baby's progress in the womb.

It's the Bella Beat Connected System.

It features a fetal heart-rate monitor that allows you to listen to the baby's heartbeat and play it back.

The app claims that mom's to be can also track how many times the baby kicks and the weight of the child.

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