Disadvantaged parents face higher cot death risk

June 2010
Community Care;6/24/2010, Issue 1824, p5
The article reports that according to the findings from the Metropolitan Police's Project Indigo, parents with criminal records, histories of substance misuse and housing problems face higher risks of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).


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