Serotonin levels may play role in SIDS, study says

02/3/2010 | Reuters

U.S. research linked low levels of serotonin, needed to regulate sleep, breathing and heart rate, to sudden infant death syndrome. Researchers said serotonin levels were 26% lower in tissue samples from babies who died of SIDS than from those who died of other causes.

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