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Around half of all babies under the age of one show some signs of flat head syndrome, usually because they have spent too much time lying on their back. According to the NHS, there are two types of “flat head syndrome”, plagiocephaly, which is when the head is flattened on one side, and brachycephaly, when the flattening happens to the back of the head.

These problems are quite common and it affects around one in every five babies […].
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