New smartphone devices help parents monitor children

Keeping tabs on your baby just got a little smarter. New devices have hit the market that pair with smartphones, including an ankle monitor, and

Some health experts worry that parents won’t rely

Some health experts worry that parents won’t rely on their own intuition.

NEW YORK - Keeping tabs on your baby just got a little smarter. 

New devices have hit the market that pair with smartphones, including an ankle monitor, and a onesie that can track your little one's breathing, heart rate, temperature and sleep patterns. 

The technology can alert parents if there's an issue with their child; however, not everyone is on board. 

Some health experts say they worry parents will become too reliant on monitors instead of their own intuition. 

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