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27 October 2010

When do babies start to sleep?

Sleep-deprived new moms and dads can't wait to have their baby sleep through the night.

Sleep-deprived new moms and dads can't wait to have their baby sleep through the night. A new study suggests that about half of babies will be sleeping through the night after about two or three months.

To add to the limited knowledge regarding an infant's ability to maintain uninterrupted sleep, Henderson and her colleagues looked at sleep patterns across the first year of life for 75 healthy, full-term newborns.

 
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