Washington: Using a dummy could protect babies from cot death by improving their cardiac control, according to new Australian study. Epidemiological studies have consistently shown dummy use protects against cot death or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS), Associate Professor Rosemary Horne, of the Monash Institute of Medical Research said.
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