Within the past couple of weeks, the American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) released updated guidelines on at least two topics: breastfeeding and safe sleep. AAP guidelines, which are developed by groups of pediatricians, are intended to help doctors provide evidence-based advice to patients. For the most part, the revised guidelines echoed what had been said…

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