Her baby died in his sleep. Her 29-year quest to find out why has led to a big breakthrough on SIDS

Many things are frightening for new parents - but few are as frightening as sudden infant death syndrome or SIDS. Much is still unknown about how and why SIDS occurs, but new research published in eBioMedicine last week found evidence that there might be a biological component. Compared to other babies, both living and deceased from other causes, it was found that infants who died from SIDS had consistently lower levels of butyrylcholinesterase, an enzyme that helps wake up from sleep.

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