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21 April 2011

Problem babies become problem kids

Infants who have problems with persistent crying, sleeping and/or feeding are far more likely to become children with significant behavioural problems.

Infants who have problems with persistent crying, sleeping and/or feeding – known as regulatory problems – are far more likely to become children with significant behavioural problems, reveals research published ahead of print in the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood.

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