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Does this doll really help babies fall asleep?

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TODAY’s Meena Hart Duerson test drives the Lulla Doll to see if it really works to put a baby to sleep. Designed by a psychologist and mom in Iceland, the doll is supposed to mimic a parent’s heartbeat to soothe a child to sleep, and quickly sold out after going viral.