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My mother says my new baby should sleep on her stomach, but now I've heard babies should sleep on their backs. Which is right?

Always place babies to sleep on their backs, even for naps, say officials at the U.S. Centers for Disease Control and Prevention. Babies placed on their stomachs to sleep are much more likely to die of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome than babies who sleep on their backs.


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