For years, the number of SIDS cases, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, were decreasing, making new parents feel reassured and safer by following the recommendations of putting a baby to sleep on its back or not to some during pregnancy. But one recommendation did clearly not get the attention it should have: the one not to place blankets or toys in the baby’s crib.
A new study shows an increase in infant deaths caused by crib bumpers. Used to beauty the crib, and give it more cosy feel, it turns to be a deadly addition in some cases when babies have gotten caught in the fabric and suffocated.
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Posted on November 25, 2015 by Luitgard Holzleg
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