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cosleep

Of a parent, to sleep in the same bed or room as one or more of their small or infant children. We're going to try cosleeping once the baby is born.
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Dr Peres said: "Co-sleeping is a risk factor for sudden death but we can't be sure if the lesions in the brain played any role or not.
TOO many babies are at risk of suffering sudden infant death syndrome because of parents not co-sleeping safely, it is claimed.
I have one friend who has a 20-month-old and claimed safely co-sleeping was the only way that worked for her family.
Pathologist Dr Mark Lord found no sign of any abnormality or natural disease and concluded she died of co-sleeping, a practice in which babies and young children sleep close to one or both parents, as opposed to in a separate bed.
"You said, and I accept, you had not intended to hurt your son.' Judge Mallett added: "Co-sleeping with a parent who has consumed alcohol and cocaine is acknowledged to be a major risk factor."
A CORONER has issued a warning to all parents about the dangers of co-sleeping with their newborns after a doting couple found their baby son dead when they dozed off alongside him.
A CORONER has warned all parents of the dangers of co-sleeping with newborns after a doting couple found their baby son dead at the side of their bed.
During the hearing Tuesday, the coroner issued a warning about the dangers of co-sleeping.
She learned, as all parents do, that whether it's screen time, feeding, vaccination schedules or co-sleeping, people have opinions, and they are more than happy to share them (whether they've been asked or not).
Summary: Co-sleeping - when mom and pop let kids sleep with them - is a night-time arrangement that has sparked much debate in parenting circles: it has many fol...
Sleep quality was measured using actigraphy for 40 children (aged 3 to 16 years) and 16 of their co-sleeping parents.