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    KIM Kardashian has shared sweet photos of her kids sleeping in their mother's bed inside her $60million mega-mansion. The reality star took to Instagram on Tuesday to post the adorable snaps. 5Kim Kardashian shared a sweet photo of her kids sleeping in her bedCredit: Hulu 5She gushed over her three youngest kids, Saint, Chicago, and Psalm getting cozy in her bedCredit: Instagram Kim, 42, quietly captured her sons, Saint, six, Psalm, three, and her daughter, Chicago, four, fast asleep in her bed. The siblings appeared comfortable sprawled out on the California King mattress with numerous pillows and blankets surrounding them. Saint and Chicago adorably snuggled together, wearing their red and pink pajamas, while Psalm lay on the other end donning Halloween-themed sleepwear. In a second snap, all three youngsters huddled under the covers. Read More on Kim KardashianBALENCIAG-NAH Kim Kardashian slammed for standing by Balenciaga amid ad backlash'MIND GAMES' Kanye West ‘showed explicit photos of ex Kim Kardashian to Adidas staffers' Kim gushed over her family in the caption, writing: "nothing better than these snuggles." The kids also have...
    The Tyson Foods heir and newly appointed CFO has apologized to the company in a public memo after drunkenly falling asleep in a random woman's bed in Arkansas. John R. Tyson - a great grandson of Tyson Food's founder - was arrested and charged with public intoxication and trespassing after a college-aged woman found him asleep in her bed at 2am and called the police. Tyson, 32, said in the memo that his behavior was 'inconsistent with [his] personal values, the company's values and the high expectations we hold for each other.' 'I made a serious mistake and this has caused me to reflect deeply on the impact my actions can have on others,' he said in the memo, which was provided to the Associated Press. The billionaire heir was made CFO of Tyson Foods just a month ago on October 2, making him the youngest CFO serving at a company in the Fortune 500 or S&P 500. This serves as a major blow to the young executive's credibility and comes around a week before he was due to address...
    Tyson Food Chief Financial Officer John Tyson was arrested in Arkansas after allegedly getting drunk and dozing off in a house that did not belong to him. A woman showed up at her home and found Tyson, 32, in her bed. He was charged with public intoxication and trespassing and booked into the Washington County jail on Sunday morning. He was seen wearing orange pants and without a shirt on at the Sherriff's office. Tyson was released Sunday evening on a $415 bond, and is due to appear in court on December 1.  The stranger, who says she does not know Tyson, found the heir to the billion-dollar food brand fortune asleep in her bed around 2am. Local television state KNWA/Fox24 reported that Tyson's breath smelled of alcohol when he was found and he was not able to verbally respond to police. His movements appeared sluggish and uncoordinated, according to the local report. Tyson is the son of the Tyson Foods chairman John H. Tyson, and great-grandson of the founder John W. Tyson. His family is worth an estimated $3.3 billion....
    Can’t fall asleep because of the heat? You’re not alone. Research has shown that how quickly a person falls asleep and how well they can stay asleep has a lot to do with their ability to thermoregulate, or keep their body cool. That hasn’t been an easy thing to do for much of the northern hemisphere this summer, with heat wave after heat wave bludgeoning our bodies and turning our sleep schedules haywire. Rising nighttime temperatures around the world due to climate change are starting to push the upper limits of our thermoregulation: A May study of more than 47,000 sleepers found that warmer temperatures at night led to less sleep and more tossing and turning before falling asleep, a true double whammy. That same study predicted that by the end of the century, climate change could shorten our sleep spans by 58 hours per year. Horrifying! So what can we do with this information, besides allowing it to keep us up at night while we sweat through our sheets? A new study run by researchers in Europe, where heat...
    EVER wondered how to get to sleep in five minutes or less? Turns out there are some tried and tested sleep hacks that can help you feel well rested, with no tossing and turning in the wee hours.  From ensuring your sleep space is at the optimum temperature to choosing the perfect mattress, this is how you can fall asleep in five minutes or less. Why can’t I sleep? Is there anything more frustrating than feeling exhausted only to get into bed and feel more awake than ever? This could be down to some of the choices you’re making throughout the day. But never fear, they are easily remedied.  1. Too much caffeine First things first, if you’re a caffeine fiend try to have your last caffeinated drink before 3pm to give your body ample time to wind down before going to bed. Theresa Schnorbach, a sleep expert from Emma Sleep, agrees, saying: “Caffeine is a psychoactive stimulant and has a half-life of around five to seven hours. "This means if you drink a coffee at 9am,...
    A "DOCTOR" went viral when he shared a simple hack to get yourself to fall asleep in two minutes flat. The self-named "Younger You Doc" often shares life hacks with followers for everything from a better muscle stretch to relieving stress. 1The doctor showed followers how to get themselves off to sleep in two minutesCredit: @youngeryoudoc/Tiktok In one video he shares his savvy advise for getting yourself to sleep in an instant. He suggested massaging the inside of your wrist, where you pulse is for two to three minutes if you're keen to drift off. He posted the life hack in a recent TikTok video that has now been viewed by more than 200k people. He said: "All you have to do is rub that spot on your wrist for two to three minutes."  Read more on sleep RING TRUE? I’m a jewellery pro - you should never sleep in your engagement ring, here's whySNACK TIME I'm a sleep expert - the best and worst foods to eat before bed The doctor demonstrated his technique by placing...
    KHLOE Kardashian fans have been stunned after the reality star revealed the wild method that she used to fall asleep in a candid comment. Khloe, 37, opened up about her thoughts about marijuana on Twitter. 5Khloe Kardashian shared her thoughts on marijuana with a fanCredit: Getty 5Khloé said she smoked weed 'only to go to bed'Credit: Getty A fan tweeted to the Keeping Up With The Kardashians alum and referred to cannabis.  The follower wrote: "Thanks for confirming you smoke a Lil," along with a laughing emoji. The fan continued: "We've been talking about this for a while." The Kardashians star replied: "I smoke only to go to bed. Read More Khloe Kardashian'SO UNORIGINAL' Khloe ripped for her 'boring & beige' $17M mansion as she gives full tourGET OUT, KRIS! Kim & Khloe caught YELLING at mom Kris during Kourtney & Travis' wedding "I actually hate being high." She continued: "I literally think about my breathing. It's awful. Lots of laughs." Kourtney mentioned she was "not a weed person." The Hulu star went on: "I don't care if people do it at all. ...
    IT can be exhausting being a parent, but once you discover the hacks - they can feel life saving. And while your little one learns to have a sleep pattern, it can take a lot of time and patience on the parents behalf to help get to a certain point. 1Caroline tested out the Sleep Well milk with her toddlerCredit: Sainsburys However, one mum has shared her journey after she decided to see if Sainsbury's £3 ‘Sleep Well’ milk would do the trick.  Mum Caroline decided to give the Sleep Well Oat drink to her toddler Alf. The drink contains an ingredient called valerian. This ingredient increases the amount of gamma-aminobutyric acid (GABA) in the brain.  Read more on Real life OH BABY My baby's so big she wears clothes for three-year-olds - trolls say I'm an abuserBABY NO I'm 25 & was a teen when I decided I didn't want kids & people didn't believe me Studies have shown that increased levels of GABA in the brain lead to falling asleep faster and experiencing better sleep. The mum explained...
    The man suspected of shooting dead the sleeping daughter of an ex-Kentucky lawmaker is a 'loner' and military dropout whose Marine Corps training could help him evade police, a former mentor tells DailyMail.com. Shannon Vince Gilday, 23, is suspected of killing former state representative C. Wesley Morgan's daughter, 32-year-old Jordan Morgan, in an early morning home invasion Tuesday at the family's $6.5 million Richmond home. Her shocking murder hit her loved ones hard, with her mother Lisa Foster saying  Wednesday that she too wished her own life would end. 'I’m asking my Christian friends to please pray that God takes me home today,' Foster wrote on Facebook. 'I want to die.' A statewide mandate is underway for the alleged killer, who police say is considered armed and dangerous.  Jayo Alforque, who mentored Gilday after he joined the Reserve Officer Training Corps (ROTC) in 2017, described the murder suspect as an outlier who had trouble making friends. 'Like all freshmen, they're weird at first,' Alforque told DailyMail.com, adding: 'He’s funny and willing to learn, he was always a loner that is...
    SOMETIMES a midnight snack can be more than you bargained for when it comes to your health. Luckily, a certified sleep coach revealed the food items that are safe to eat right before you hit the hay and others to completely avoid. 4While people are often warned to allow space between dinner and bedtime, some foods are healthy to eat at nightCredit: Getty 4Avocado toast is an example of a snack that can help a person sleep betterCredit: Getty First of all, sleep science coach Sanchita Sen wants people to know that snacking before bed isn’t entirely bad. In fact, if you deprive yourself of food when you’re hungry before bedtime, your body won’t have the necessary energy to rest and repair and will consequently retain fat cells. Sanchita told Amerisleep that eating before you fall asleep can promote weight loss, maintain satisfactory blood sugar levels, and help you get a more restful night of sleep. So, rather than avoiding food altogether, she wants people to simply pay attention to what they’re consuming before they slumber.  To promote weight loss,...
    VERY rarely are you granted the luxury of falling asleep within minutes. It usually comes down to what you’ve been doing in the hours before bed that determines if you’re headed for a bad night’s sleep, experts say. 1Pasta four hours before bed may help you get to sleep faster And you’ll be glad to hear that eating a hearty meal with a serving of carbohydrates should ease you into the land of nod. Sleep expert Rosie Osmun from Eachnight.com said: “Studies have found that eating carbs approximately four hours before bedtime can shorten how long it takes to fall asleep, so try to incorporate carbs into your dinner.” A study showed that when men ate starchy carbs before bed, they fell asleep much faster. The participants were fed a meal before bed - rice, vegetables and a sauce. But on one night, the type of rice was changed. Published in The American Journal of Clinical Nutrition, the findings showed when the men ate jasmine rice four hours before bed, they typically fell asleep in nine minutes. This was...
    WE all know we shouldn't be looking at our phones before bed. But for a lot of us, grabbing a book before we snooze is just a little too hard, and 78% of us drift over to our phones in the last hour before falling asleep.  2It can be tempting but damaging to be on our phones right before bedtimeCredit: Getty A survey of 2,012 adults by Sleep Junkie looked at how using certain apps just before bed affects our sleep quality. The most disruptive app was TikTok, with the majority (89%) of participants waking up feeling tired, compared to a quarter (24%) of those who had zero electronic engagement before sleep. The number of TikTok users has risen from 700 million at the start of 2020 to over one billion today. Most read in LifestylePRINCE WAITS Prince Andrew decision expected 'pretty soon' on dismissing Virginia sex caseMAJOR BLOW Harry 'laid bare' his feelings at being stripped of military titles, says expertFROM HEIR ON Queen's New Years photo 'convinced Harry & Meg that royals were against them'BABY...
    A woman whose husband unwittingly gropes and has sex with her due to a rare sleep disorder has been warned she's being abused  The British woman took to parenting forum Babycentre to explain how her husband, who she has been with for ten years, will take off her clothes, fondle her, and penetrate her while they are both asleep.     'Its mostly just a mild annoyance to me, he doesn't do it every night but can go through periods of it being better and worse' she wrote. 'Mostly I wake up and it's touching over clothes, him interesting himself and thrusting, hands in my underwear. But I nearly always wake up quickly and usually push him hard which wakes him up and then obviously it stops. ' Sexsomnia is a recognised sleeping disorder or form of parasomnia that causes an individual to involuntarily engage in sexual acts. While some commenters said that he can't be blamed, others were very concerned that he's never sought help for the condition and cast doubt on his claims that he has a sleep disorder.  A woman...
    HORROR photos have revealed what can happen if you fall asleep with your phone charging in bed. Nodding off with your phone plugged in on your bed or under the pillow can be very dangerous. 1Shocking photos have shown what can happen if you fall asleep with your phone charging in bedCredit: Facebook/CPR Kids The shocking pictures show a burned iPhone cable next to singed bedsheets. The images, shared on Facebook page CPR Kids, show what could happen if you don't take your phone off the bed and place it on a flat surface away from flammable materials. Mattresses and bedding can be highly flammable - and phones and chargers can heat up quickly if left unattended for a long period of time. With many kids receiving new phones or tablets for Christmas, it is a timely reminder of the dangers of charging electronics in bed overnight. The post from the Australian organisation says: "Did your children receive a tablet or phone for Christmas? “Make sure that they never charge electronics in bed - teach them to follow manufacturers’ guidelines....
    WEIRD dates – we've all had one but this woman takes the cake. India King thought she was getting lucky when she brought her Tinder home for a sleepover. 3A woman detailed she had a rather odd Tinder dateCredit: TikTok / @indiaking_ 3During their sleepover, the other woman screamed about McDonald'sCredit: TikTok / @indiaking_ Sadly, things got very weird when they fell asleep and she was suddenly jolted awake by her date screaming in the middle of the night. But it wasn't a nightmare, per se, that made her scream out – it was her desire for McDonald's. The brunette began to film her date as she shouted in her sleep: "Bacon McMuffin meal! "90s split with a coffee frappe!" She then shouted out for her mom while India giggled quietly. Along with the video, she wrote: "What a wack." Most read in LifestyleMEG-A PRESSURE Meg says palace put her & Harry 'under pressure' to deal with father ThomasWEIGHT WATCHER Queen will WEIGH Kate after Xmas dinner to see how much weight she gainedMISS 'FORGETFUL' Meg apologises for 'forgetting' to...
    CHICAGO (CBS) — A woman was shot by a man who somehow got into her apartment as she slept in bed in her South Shore home early Sunday morning. Police said at 3:44 a.m., the 39-year-old woman was at home asleep in bed in the 7800 block of South Phillips Avenue in South Shore when she was shot by the man, who fled out of the back of her apartment. READ MORE: 5 Killed, 38 Wounded In Weekend Shootings Across Chicago The woman was shot in the chest, abdomen, and right thigh and was taken to the University of Chicago Medical Center in serious condition. READ MORE: 16-Year-Old Boy Grazed In Hand By Men Who Were Shooting At Each Other As He Took Out The Garbage In Englewood It was not clear who the man was or how he got into the apartment. MORE NEWS: Woman Left In Critical Condition Among 1 of 6 People Wounded In Lawndale Mass Shooting Area Two detectives were investigating Sunday.
    A social media doctor has wowed TikTok users with a series of simple but effective body hacks - from how to fall asleep quickly to how to combat nausea. Dr Anthony Youn, 48, from Detroit, shared the tips in a video called 'Body hacks that actually work', which has gone viral with 2.6 million views, and also shared the video on Instagram, with his 795,000 followers.  The board-certified plastic surgeon - known as 'America's Holistic Plastic Surgeon' - topped his list of hacks with what to do if you feel like you're going to be sick. In the video, shared with his 4.9 million followers, he said: 'Take a sniff of [an] alcohol wipe. Doctors and nurses use it all the time to help with nausea.'  View this post on Instagram A post shared by USA’s Holistic Plastic Surgeon (@tonyyounmd) Indeed, a 2015 study published in the Annals of Emergency Medicine found that inhaling isoproply alcohol vapor decreased nausea by more than 50 per cent, compared to other remedies, including an anti-sickness drug given to chemo patients.   His next tip, which...
    HOT weather was great back when you could safely retreat to an air-conditioned hotel room abroad. But at home - where you don't have the luxury of lounging around all day by the pool - it can be SO uncomfortable, especially at night. 5 Sleeping in the heat can be difficult, but there are a number of ways to keep coolCredit: Getty - Contributor And with the UK sizzling in 30C heat this weekend, many Brits will undoubtedly suffer from disrupted sleep. But luckily, there are a number of steps you can take to minimise the discomfort, with one sleep expert revealing a very handy trick to cooling down at night. Speaking to Pretty 52, sleep guru James Wilson - aka The Sleep Geek - explained that putting lukewarm water into a hot water bottle and placing at the bottom of the bed, at the soles of your feet, will help. He recommended leaving under your feet for 10 minutes, or having a lukewarm bath or shower before bed to "encourage your temperature to drop". 5 Sleep with your feet...
    A HORRIFIED mum woke up to find her "lifeless" baby in her bed after the child fell asleep beside her, an inquest heard. Two-month-old Riley Coombes was found unresponsive by his mum at home in Laindon, Essex on June 17, 2019. 1Chelmsford Crown Court heard that Riley's mum woke up late when her brother knocked on the front doorCredit: Google Maps Riley had been sleeping in his mum's bed with his two siblings. Chelmsford Crown Court heard this week that Riley's mum woke up late when her brother knocked on the front door. Riley's mum spoke with her brother before going upstairs to find Riley unresponsive. She called for an ambulance and was told to perform CPR. Riley was rushed to Basildon Hospital but was pronounced dead just after 10am. Detective Inspector Andy Clarkson told the inquest that cops attended the scene after being told by ambulance staff that an infant had a cardiac arrest. He said Riley was found in one of the home's bedrooms. He initially told the court that Riley's mum reported him sleeping in a Moses...
    Many of us listen to music before bedtime to wind down, but a new study suggests this can seriously compromise our nightly rest.  Experts in Texas have found those who listen to more music before bed have persistent 'earworms' – catchy songs that loop in the mind – as well as poorer sleep.  Earworms commonly affect people while they're awake, but the study found that they also can happen while trying to sleep.  People who experience earworms regularly at night – one or more times per week – are six times as likely to have poor sleep quality compared to people who rarely experience earworms, the study reveals.  The results contradict the idea that music is a hypnotic and might help sleep – in fact, the sleeping brain continues to process music for several hours after the music stops. The study used three very catchy songs – 'Shake It Off' by Taylor Swift, 'Call Me Maybe' by Carly Rae Jepsen and 'Don't Stop Believin' by Journey.  The study suggests you'd be best advised to avoid listening to music before...
    (CNN)Covid-19 has spawned another global health crisis some have dubbed "coronasomnia" -- an inability to fall asleep or get good quality slumber during the pandemic. Oh, you know it well?"You're not alone, the novel coronavirus is making sleep more difficult for much of the world," said sleep specialist Dr. Raj Dasgupta, an assistant professor of clinical medicine at the Keck School of Medicine at the University of Southern California. The inability to fall and stay asleep is a problem for many during the pandemic, yet people don't always choose the best ways to catch some zzz's.We humans weren't doing a good job of getting enough shut-eye even before the arrival of a deadly new virus that shook us to our core."Sleep problems constitute a global epidemic that threatens health and quality of life for up to 45% of the world's population," according to the World Sleep Society, a nonprofit organization of sleep professionals dedicated to advancing "sleep health worldwide." Read MoreNow, "there are multiple stresses with the pandemic -- financial, health care related, social isolation -- all of which can...
    (CNN) — It could any small disturbance that breaks your sleep, and suddenly you are very awake. Before you know it, your mind is flooded with things you forgot to do, worries over finances or reliving an unpleasant experience you planned to forget. Sleep is a lost cause — or is it? Here are eight tips from sleep and anxiety experts on how to shut down your brain and coax your body back into much-needed sleep. Before you go to sleep: Beware of blue light. The No. 1 rule, according to many sleep specialists,  is no computers, cell phones or tablets in bed and at least one hour prior to bedtime. If you decide to read to put yourself to sleep, make sure you read in a dim light and from a real book, not a tablet or an e-reader,,” said Dr. Vsevolod Polotsky, who directs sleep basic research in the division of pulmonary and critical care medicine at Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine That’s because “any LED spectrum light source may further suppress melatonin levels,” Polotsky said. Melatonin,...
    DENVER (CBS4) – Some burglars are on the run after they were caught snoozing mid-crime. Denver police say the suspects are wanted for a burglary on Sunday on East Chenango Avenue in the southern part of the city. (credit: Denver Police) Investigators say the group busted into the victim’s apartment and were found sleeping in the victim’s bed. The group also stole several items. (credit: Denver Police) Police are urging anyone who recognizes the people shown in surveillance photos that were released on Wednesday to contact Metro Denver Crime Stoppers at (720) 913-7867.
    For little kids, it doesn't take a whole lot to get comfortable.  Many have been known to fall asleep in some truly bizarre positions, from sitting up at the kitchen table to hanging upside-down on a couch — while Others seem perfectly cozy and content watching TV or playing video games in twisted contortions that moms and dads assume can't possibly feel good.   Luckily, those moms and dads often have a camera handy, and can document their children's acrobatic lounging.  On Christmas, Twitter user Mrs. Grotke kicked off a thread of these funny photos, posting a snap of a little boy twisted up in a stool while watching cartoons with the caption: 'Kids make no sense.' The tweets has earned over half a million likes, and dozens of replies from other parents, aunts, and uncles who have found the children in their lives in similarly peculiar scenes.  Just chillin'! Parents have encountered their children striking some very strange positions while relaxing, watching TV, and napping Looks... cozy? They've shared snapshots on Twitter of the odd contortions and setups Better...
    FOUR children were killed in a devastating fire when their parents fell asleep after smoking in bed - despite being warned by social services. Riley Holt, eight, and siblings Keegan, Tilly and Olly Unitt, aged six, four and three, died when a blaze broke out at their family home in Stafford, Staffs, in February last year. 9(From left to right) Keegan, Tilly, Olly and Riley died in the blaze in February last yearCredit: Refer to Caption 9Mum Natalie Karen Unitt and her partner Chris Moulton were first held by police on suspicion of manslaughter by gross negligenceCredit: Refer to Caption 9Firefighters investigated the home following the fire on February 6Credit: Getty Images - Getty Natalie Unitt, 26, and her partner Chris Moulton, 30, were held by police on suspicion of manslaughter by gross negligence. But in August the Crown Prosecution Service announced it was to take no further action. An inquest today found the children died from “fumes from fire caused by [an] unextinguished cigarette” on bedding in the parent's bedroom. The hearing in Stafford was told that the parents...
    Samantha Lee/Insider A person's self-pleasure frequency isn't always linked to a lack of partnered sex. Still, your feelings are valid since your husband's personal time is affecting your bond. Consider how this experience has made you feel, and then relay that information to your husband. Be vocal about what you could do together to improve the situation for both of you, and ask your husband what he needs in the bedroom. Have a question for Julia? Fill out this anonymous form. All questions will be published anonymously. You can read more Doing It Right here. Visit Insider's homepage for more stories. I think my husband has a problem with porn and masturbation. Maybe I'm exaggerating and his daily habit is normal, but I'm unsure. The problem started on our honeymoon. He said he couldn't be intimate with me because he had been masturbating so much. It broke my heart. I found myself in a very romantic suite crying myself to sleep because the one thing the honeymoon is about (at least in my head) is to be intimate...
    POLICE are looking for a suspected rapist who fell asleep in a 12-year-old girl's bed after allegedly attacking her while her mother was at work. Police in Wilkes-Barre, Pennsylvania, said they received the report of the attack early Saturday, and the suspect was still asleep in the child's bed when they arrived. 2Police are looking for Barrkim Tyreaf Stallings in the suspected rape of a 12-year-old girlCredit: Wilkes-Barre City Police Department 2Stallings is known to police for other crimes, according to reportsCredit: Wilkes-Barre City Police Department Authorities identified the man was 28-year-old Barrkim Tyreaf Stallings, and asked for the public's help locating him. Stallings reportedly became verbally abusive and refused to answer questions when woken up by officers. The girl said she was "frozen in uncertainty" after Stallings attacked her, according to WYOU, and didn't move until she heard her mother come home. The victim reportedly told police that she was home with her sister while her mother worked overnight. Stalling apparently showed up at the home around 2am Saturday, and had been asked to leave. However, he returned to...
    A MOTHER caught a 62-year-old pervert molesting her terrified teen daughter in bed. The poor teen told authorities she pretended to be asleep as the creep touched her because she was "too scared to say anything." 2Daniel Ralph Ditmyer was arrested and charged with indecency with a child-contact on TuesdayCredit: Bexar County Sheriff's Office Daniel Ralph Ditmyer, 62, was arrested and charged with indecency with a child-contact, a second-degree felony in Texas, KSAT reports. The arrest affidavit obtained by the news agency shows that the pervert went into the teen girl's bedroom and sat on the edge of her bed on Monday. As the 62-year-old's hands gilded on her, the terrified teen told San Antonio police she pretended to be asleep because she "was too scared to say anything.” 2Ditmyer claimed he was giving the young girl a kiss goodnightCredit: Facebook The horrifying encounter stopped when the girl's mother called out for him, busted the door open, and confronted the pervert why he was touching her young daughter. In which the creep responded, and claimed that he was just giving...
    A THREE-day-old baby girl died after her parents fell asleep as she was breastfed in bed. Luna Atkins' mum paid a heartbreaking tribute to her today, calling the youngster a "perfect little angel". 3Luna Atkins tragically died after being breastfed in bed with her parents 3An inquest heard her parents Philippa Atkins, 34, and James Atkins, 35, woke to find her unresponsiveCredit: Wales News Service The baby girl had only been home for a few hours when she died. An inquest heard her exhausted parents Philippa Atkins, 34, and James Atkins, 35, had fallen asleep while feeding Luna in bed around 9.30pm. But her mother woke four hours later to discover Luna was "unresponsive" and was declared dead by paramedics 50 minutes later. Heartbroken mum Philippa is now fundraising to help other children - and described Luna as "our beautiful baby" and "our perfect little girl." She said: "Luna has taught me life is too short and too precious! We owe it to her to fill the world with more music and more joy. "So if you ever...
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