Infants Still Have Blankets Despite Risks

Infants Still Have Blankets Despite Risks

According to a recent study, 55 percent of infants still have blankets and other soft bedding when they sleep despite the risks. Parents are putting their children at higher risks of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) due to the use of the bedding. Researchers say that parents need to be more informed about the risks, […]

Research Study Proposes Bed Sharing High Risk Aspect of SIDS

Research Study Proposes Bed Sharing High Risk Aspect of SIDS

A new research study proposes that bed-sharing remains a high risk aspect for SIDS and other sleep-related causes of infant deaths. It also states that younger infants appear to be at a more increased risk. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or SIDS and accidental strangulation/suffocation are attributed to over 4,000 infant deaths every year. The research […]

SIDS Mystery May Finally Be Solved

SIDS Mystery May Finally Be Solved

The leading cause of death of babies in their first year of life is Sudden Infant Death Syndrome or SIDS, yet there might now be actual hope in finally solving the mystery why the deaths happen at all. SIDS is believed to be accountable for around 2,000 deaths of infants in the United States, explains […]