Why Do Babies Spit up through Their Nose?

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Normally, most young babies or infants spit through their noses. It is normal because the nose is connected to the throat. So whenever the child coughs, sneezes or hiccups, the still-developing oronasal area conveys the spit to the nose instead of mouth.
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