Vary sleep position of baby

June 1997
Mothering;Summer97, Issue 83, p67
Reports that varying the sleep position of a baby decreases sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Decrease in SIDS rate through a campaign to vary sleep position; Positions that put babies at risk of SIDS; Suggestion to place babies on their back to sleep.


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