Article Correctness Is Author's Responsibility: Researchers Find Human Infant Brains and Bodies Are Active During New Sleep Stage

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This shows a sleeping newbornInfants produce sleep spindles every 10 second, whether in REM or non-REM sleep. Sleep spindles and twitching are synchronized, allowing for twitch reactions to occur during non-REM sleep in infants.