Washington: New Year may not be a good start for all, as a new study has found that the number of babies who die of SIDS, or sudden infant death syndrome, increases by 33 percent on New Year``s Day.And the apparent reason for the above is alcohol consumption by caretakers the night before.Led by David Phillips of the University of California, the study documented the dramatic rise in SIDS deaths on New Year``s.Phillips and his co-authors found three types of evidence linking SIDS to alcohol.In addition to rising, just like alcohol consumption, more on New Year``s than at any other day of the year, SIDS and alcohol consumption also increase every weekend.
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