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Advice to prevent flat head syndrome in babies

April 23, 2013

http://www.king5.com/health/Advice-to-prevent-flat-head-syndrome-in-babies-204394141.html

 

Source - KING 5 TV


Ever since the advice came out for babies to sleep on their backs to prevent Sudden Death Syndrome, more infants have developed flat spots on their heads. The condition is called plagiocephaly or flat head syndrome. Dr. Brent Collett, of Seattle Children’s, explains how the syndrome may affect infants and toddlers developmentally and offers advice to prevent the condition.

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