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A greater risk of serious behavior problems later in life has been linked to infants who cry excessively, and who have problems sleeping and feeding, scientists reveal in a research that will be published in the journal Archives of Disease in Childhood. Persistent crying, sleeping and/or feeding problems are known as regulatory problems. Researchers found that around 20% of all infants show some sign of these regulatory problems in their first year of life. This can disrupt the families and...
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