This tells him, McKenna says, that "babies have evolved to experience this closeness, night after night after night. Wealthy Roman families had rocking cradles and bassinets by the bed, historians have noted. Babies who are born premature or whose parents smoke shouldn't sleep in the parents' bed because of potential respiratory problems. Some cultures even think it's cruel to separate a mom and baby at night. One study included total SIDS cases and only 24 cases in which that baby had shared the bed in the absence of parental hazards. In one of these studies, Blair and his colleagues found a baby was 18 times more likely to die of SIDS when sleeping next to a parent who had been drinking. Toddlers or older children should not sleep next to infants. What they need the most is their mother's and father's bodies," McKenna says. Does raising kids have to be stressful?
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