Sleeping on back doesn't affect babies' ability to roll over

06/9/2013 |

Introduction of the Back to Sleep campaign 20 years ago, which calls for babies to sleep on their backs to prevent sudden infant death syndrome, did not delay infant gross motor development, particularly babies' ability to roll over, a Canadian study showed. The findings were published in the journal Early Human Development.

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