Pediatrics | 1 Jun 2016
AS Pease, PJ Fleming, FR Hauck, RY Moon, RS Horne, MP L'Hoir, AL Ponsonby and PS Blair
Swaddling is a traditional practice of wrapping infants to promote calming and sleep. Although the benefits and risks of swaddling in general have been studied, the practice in relation to sudden infant death syndrome remains unclear.
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