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I found this article to be poorly written. A publication with obvious grammatical errors immediately loses validity, in my opinion. More importantly the section stating that co-sleeping may reduce occurrence of SIDS is not qualified properly. The source cited in support of this argument is from 1996. This is out of date. The Canadian Pediatric Society has updated inant sleep safety standards (many times) since 1996, with good reason. Reliable recent research states that cosleeping is not recommended as it can increase risk of SIDS. If this is arguable, it should be supported with up to date research. Perhaps such studies exist, but they were not present in this article, which is why I believe it is poorly written,
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