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Survey: Infants must be taught how to sleep like a baby

By Liu Zhihua | China Daily | Updated: 2013-10-09 07:45

More than one third of Chinese babies have sleeping problems, and inappropriate parenting behaviors contribute to such problems, a recent survey indicates.

The report was released in September by the National Center for Women and Children's Health under Chinese Center for Disease Control and Prevention, based on a three-year survey and one-year statistical analysis.

It found many Chinese parents making mistakes that are destructive in developing the babies' healthy sleeping patterns.

Survey: Infants must be taught how to sleep like a baby

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