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Kids Who Sleep With Parents Tend to Be "Slimmer," Copenhagen University Hospital Study  
5/10/2012 7:02:06 AM

Children who wake up at night and are allowed to fall back asleep in their parents' bed are less likely to be overweight than kids put back into their own bed, a new study says. The study included nearly 500 Danish children aged 2 to 6 who had an increased risk of being overweight because they had a high birth weight, their mothers were overweight before becoming pregnant or their mothers were poor.
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