Zebrafish May Solve the Riddle of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, Israeli Researchers Say

Experiments on the fishes' sleeping patterns help explain why a rise in the baby’s temperature because of overdressing or a hot room might lead to 'crib death'

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A new study by Bar-Ilan University researchers could shed light on the brain mechanisms behind sudden infant death syndrome, or “crib death,” when healthy infants suddenly die in their sleep.