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When it's bedtime for baby, pediatricians say laying them on their back is best. Because more babies are sleeping on their backs, the rate of SIDS has dropped by 50 percent, but a common side effect from sleeping that way is the flattening of the head. A new study suggests, however, that spending the money on a reshaping helmet may not be worth it. CBS 2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
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Study: Infant Reshaping Helmets May Not Be Worth It
When it's bedtime for baby, pediatricians say laying them on their back is best. Because more babies are sleeping on their backs, the rate of SIDS has dropped by 50 percent, but a common side effect from sleeping that way is the flattening of the head. A new study suggests, however, that spending the money on a reshaping helmet may not be worth it. CBS 2's Vanessa Murdock reports.
Date: 5/2/14
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Video by:  CBS New York
 
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