Pediatrics

Smart baby pillows for flat head syndrome prevention

Babies are born with highly malleable skulls, and therefore lying on their backs to sleep may lead to some positional flattening or molding of the head. A team of students at UNIST has recently introduced a smart baby pillow ...

Pediatrics

'Sleep positioners' a danger to baby: FDA

(HealthDay)—Infants should be put to sleep on their backs on a firm, empty surface and never placed on a sleep positioner, the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) says.