Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)
Children should sleep in the same room, but not in the same bed, as their parents, for at least the first 6 months after birth.
Those who lived above 8,000 feet were at higher risk of SIDS than those who lived below 6,000 feet.
Researchers suggest that there may be a common mechanism between SUDEP and SIDS.
An abnormality in the hippocampus was more prominent in infants that died of SIDS than those with explained causes of death.
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