Cosleeping Is Twice As Safe

Kimmel, Tina
September 2002
Mothering;Sep/Oct2002, Issue 114, p52
Focuses on issues on the safety of cosleeping with infants in the U.S. Comparison of relative risk to infants between adult beds and cribs; Implications of increased breastfeeding and physiological regulation achieved in cosleeping; Information on the number of infant deaths in cribs.


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