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How were people with Down Syndrome treated in the Middle Ages?

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Question:How were people with Down Syndrome treated in the Middle Ages?

Answer:They would pluck the soft, fluffy feathers from baby ducks, and glue them to the child, making them look like large baby ducks.That is how the term "Down Syndrome" got it's name

 

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Maybe were killed or abandoned 😞

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I read, these kids with a Down Syndrome are very positive in all....  and many adults are loving them.  My girlfrind had such a little girl in her Congregation, now she is already growing to a woman and a wonderful JW.  These people always very kind and so lovable❤️  We've some very special movies with Down Syndrome people, I saw it in TV.  Jehovah of sure likes them too🙏  In the NW, they are all healthy again, as JW. 

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