Accessibility links Skip to main content Keyboard shortcuts for audio player. In one study, Mayan moms in Guatemala responded with shock — and pity — when they heard that some American babies sleep away from their mom. In other words, all bed-sharing is not the same. And it's not really the evidence. By the 10th century, the Catholic Church began "banning" infants from the parental bed to prevent poor women from intentionally suffocating an infant whom they didn't have resources to care for. The practice continues to be widespread around the world. The studies also included babies who slept with a parent on a sofa, not a bed. But Feldman-Winter acknowledges that some parents want to bed-share — and many may hide the practice from their pediatricians. Since , total SIDS deaths has fallen by 40 percent, from about deaths per year to about deaths per year, the nonprofit Lullaby Trust reports.
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