Study may shed light on SIDS risk in babies who sleep on stomach

03/3/2011 | HealthDay News

Australian researchers reported in Pediatrics that babies who slept on their stomach had reduced oxygen levels in the brain, a finding that might shed light on why babies in that position are three times more difficult to wake -- and are at increased risk of sudden infant death syndrome -- compared with babies who sleep on their backs.

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