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Does Swaddling A Baby Really Boost Risk Of SIDS?

People have been wrapping babies tightly in blankets just about forever. An analysis of existing data found that swaddling is safe if babies are put to bed on their backs.

A mosquito control inspector sprinkles larvicide in a storm drain in Miami Gardens, Fla., in an effort to stop the spread of Zika virus. Joe Raedle/Getty Images hide caption

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Health Departments Cut Programs While Awaiting Zika Funding

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Carla Bley with her trio, bassist Steve Swallow and saxophonist Andy Sheppard. Caterina di Perri/ECM Records hide caption

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At 80, Carla Bley Keeps Looking Toward The Next Composition

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Three-time Masters winner Phil Mickelson, shown at the Honda Classic golf tournament last year, benefited from insider trading of Dean Foods stock, according to U.S. officials. He has not been charged. Luis M. Alvarez/AP hide caption

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Golfer Phil Mickelson Is Named In Insider Trading Case

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Willard Middle School students chop carrots for a meal they will sell through Josephine. Teresa Chin/Youth Radio hide caption

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Why One Startup Is Offering Meals Made By Home Cooks And Middle-Schoolers

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Does Swaddling A Baby Really Boost Risk Of SIDS?

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