A new born baby with Down’s Syndrome is just like any other baby. However, it has different virtual physiological characteristics such as a small skull size, round face, upwardly slanting eyes placed low on the face with skin folds on the inner corner of the eyelid, a small flat nose, small ears, a tongue that appears to be large in comparison to a small mouth and low muscle tone and joint elasticity. In diagnosis, the existence of only one furrow in the palm of the hand is a primary indicator of the syndrome in new borns. As a Down’s Syndrome child grows it will tend to obesity and remain short in stature.