A young woman in a blue sweater attempts to silence the clanging of a silver alarm clock. Nothing breaks the reverie of dreams and sleep like the buzz, ring, music, or beep of an alarm clock.
A young woman in bed peeks from behind a warm down comforter. There is nothing as soothing and cozy on a cold night than a fluffy, down comforter. Pull it up over you, snuggle into bed, and let sweet dreams begin.
A new study suggests swaddling babies may raise their risk of SIDS, or sudden infant death syndrome, especially if they're put to sleep on their stomachs. Chris Martinez reports.
CBS News. Sat, 17 Apr 2021 01:04:16 -0400.