When Is a Baby Not Considered a Newborn Anymore?

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When a baby is 3 months of age or younger, it is considered a newborn. After 3 months, the baby is not considered a newborn anymore, but is then considered an infant. This number varies for many people, though it is safe to say that after a month, a baby is no longer considered a newborn.
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