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You are likely to be observing the rooting reflex when the baby
A turns his or her head and mouth toward a stimulus tha brushes his or her cheek
B sucks at almost any object that touches his or her mouth
C voluntarily seeks out objects to grasp and to hold
D lifts his or her head and torso and throws out his or her arms in a hugging gesture


i believe the correct answer is A

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    Right.

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    yes, the rooting reflex enhances breastfeeding.

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