Sudden infant-death syndrome: Foredoomed or forewarned? - The Economist

Sudden infant-death syndrome: Foredoomed or forewarned?

Sudden infant-death syndrome: Foredoomed or forewarned? - The Economist
Sudden infant-death syndrome: Foredoomed or forewarned?
Published Aug 21, 2004
560 words — Published Aug 21, 2004
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Cot deaths are caused, in part, by genes DOES sudden infant-death syndrome (SIDS), or "cot death", run in families? That question is both medically significant (for establishing which children are most at risk, and advising parents accordingly)...

  
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