Snoring toddlers to likely have more problems, study finds
If your toddler snores, there could be a cause for concern.
According to the U.S. News & World Report, a new study finds that snoring among toddlers might be an indication he or she could face other health problems, including hyperactivity, inattention and depression.
The researchers say breastfeeding seemed to protect toddlers against persistent snoring.
The study is published in the journal, “Pediactrics.”
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