Researchers are learning more about what may cause Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. They say babies who die from the condition produce low amounts serotonin, the hormone needed to regulate sleep, breathing, and heart rate. The findings may help identify babies at risk for SIDS, which each year kills more than 2300 infants before their first birthday.
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