Sleeping on Back Gives Some Babies Misshapen Heads

Phoenix New Times | May 11, 2005
To avoid Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, pediatricians have said babies should sleep on their backs. An unintended and sometimes harmful consequence is that more children are developing flattened skulls.

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