Australian researchers say they have identified a potential biomarker for
sudden infant death syndrome, known as SIDS, but experts warn it is just one piece of the puzzle.
About 3,400 children die from SIDS each year in the US.
Parents of babies lost to SIDS can now know it’s not their fault, despite being told it’s from blankets or belly sleeping or overheating.
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