Infant 'Sleeping Machines' Pose Risk of Hearing Loss

New study shows that sound levels from some of the machines exceed workplace safety limits for adults.
3:00 | 03/03/14

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-- some important news for parents who was popular machines many parents used to help their babies fall asleep that night. Well they may be. The noise level for many of the machines actually exceeded workplace safety limits for adults. Experts do recommend moving the machines away from the child's -- For some models are designed in -- too attached to the crib itself.

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