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SIDS STRIKES MORE OFTEN IN WINTER

Parents of newborns, take note: Babies are more likely to die of sudden infant death syndrome in the winter than in the summer and at 2 months of age than at 4 months, a new federal study shows.

The Centers for Disease Control, analyzing eight years of infant mortality data, reports that SIDS risk is twice as high in January as in July. It's not known why.

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