How Long Does Your Baby Sleep? New Study Yields Surprising Conclusion

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A new study published in the journal Pediatrics examined sleep pattens of infants and when most of them start sleeping solidly through the night.

What did they discover? Something quite interesting, in fact. According to this research, many infants are sleeping from midnight to 5am by two months old, and more than half of 5-month-olds are sleeping from 10pm to 6am!

Unfortunately for mamas and papas whose babies are not in this category of sound sleepers, the study didn't look at how parents are getting their kids to stay asleep.

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