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Swaddling is a traditional practice of wrapping babies tightly from the neck downward in a sheet or thin cloth. The custom is intended to promote sleep by making infants feel secure and calm. However, an analysis of published research questions whether this practice might be linked to a raised risk for sudden infant death syndrome. The researchers found that risk of sudden infant death syndrome(SIDS) appears to increase when swalddled infants are placed on their stomachs or side of sleep.
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