Babies With Regular Sleep Schedules Less Likely To Have Childhood Obesity Issues

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There's good news in the fight against childhood obesity.

Researchers said that enforcing a regular and early bedtime can help your child's waistline later in life.

Scientists said that the finding is important because infants who pile on the pounds in the first year of their lives are more likely to be obese later on in life.

However, getting your child into a good bedtime routine will set them up for a lifetime of good health habits.

Childhood obesity can lead to several issues later in life, including heart problems.

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