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Study: More babies have flat spots on heads

The safe way of putting a baby to sleep is causing more infants to have flats spots on their heads. Dr. Heather Edgley, from East Tennessee Children's Hospital shares tips on how you can reverse this condition, while keeping your baby safe.

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