I dont remember where I have heard this but I read somewhere on the internet I beleive it was that somewhere they did research on SIDS and they had so many "test subject" and found that some children who passed of SIDS had something in common the non SIDS children did not have which was about passing their hearing test or about hearing on one side. Reason it intreaged me was Mason had a hard time passing his. He passed it but it took a while. Then it went on as to how it was significant. Ill do some research to see if I can find it?
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