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SIDS in infants reduced by sharing room with parents, despite what alleged pediatric sleep expert at Yale opines

SIDS (Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) cut in half by simply letting your baby sleep with you

Aligned with the Bowlby Conjecture, new parents should absolutely be sharing a room with their newborns and infants. That is what humans and other primates have been doing for tens of millions of years, and that is what our genetic programming expects. Infants who know that their parents aren't in the immediate vicinity can very easily interpret that as abandonment, which elevates stress levels and leads to increased risk of… well every bad health outcome, especially when the stress is chronic.

Room Sharing Prevents SIDS by 50%


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