Singapore has the world’s most affordable baby seats, according to new research, with some costing as little as $100 a day for the comfort and security of a seat in a room with no windows.
Seat security is an added perk to the cheap seats.
A study by the University of California, Los Angeles, found that infant safety is at least as important to parents as the cost of the seats.
The study, published in the journal Pediatrics, examined infant safety and infant sleep patterns in more than 1,500 families in Singapore.
It found that infants in Singapore sleep better and spend less time in the nursery than their peers in other countries, but their mothers also have the benefit of being exposed to the outside world and spending more time in nature.
The study also found that the safety of infants is the most important factor in parents’ decision to put their baby on a booster seat.
Singapore has one of the world ‘s lowest infant mortality rates of any country.
There are about 9,500 babies born in Singapore each year.
According to the Singapore Health and Family Planning Association, the infant mortality rate for the country was 5.3 per 1,000 live births in 2016, compared to 2.7 per 1.000 in the United States.
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