Actually the US has a pretty poor infant mortality rate, comparatively speaking. Countries like Japan and Sweeden, who co-sleep, have midwife attended births, and delay vaccination until age 2, have significantly lower death rates. In fact SIDS is barely a blip on their radar. Compared to places where starvation and lack of sanitation are a factor, yes we're doing better, but is that really something to be so proud of?

"The fact is" there are no controlled studies on bedsharing, that I have seen, because it's considered unethical. If you have a link to a genuine controlled sleep study involving bedsharing, please post it.

This article is spot on, and well backed by scientific evidence, as well as the personal experiences of countless parents.