NBC News- New research suggests babies who are poor sleepers, may have an increased risk of childhood anxiety and emotional disorders.
The Australian study tracked 1,500 first-time mothers and their children.
It showed infants who had persistent sleep problems were nearly three times as likely to have anxiety, depression, OCD, or phobias by the age of four.
They still had double the risk of emotional disorders by the time they were 10.
Showing symptoms of coronavirus
People infected with the new coronavirus may not show symptoms for several days, according to a new study from Johns Hopkins University.
Researchers looked at the incubation period of 181 confirmed cases of the coronavirus.
They found the average time between exposure and the onset of symptoms was five days and 98-percent of patients became ill within 12 days.
The findings support the current CDC recommendations to quarantine patients for 14 days after a potential exposure to the virus.