Ways For New Moms To Make Sure Their Infants Sleep Safe & SoundAs CBS2's Dr. Max Gomez reports, it's been almost 25 years since the American Academy of Pediatrics introduced the Back to Sleep campaign to help prevent SIDS.
New Jersey Continues To Offer Parents Free 'Baby Boxes' In Effort To Prevent SIDSA simple cardboard box could go a long way in fighting Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
Sharing A Bedroom With Baby For First 6 Months Can Decrease Chances Of SIDS, Experts SayThe American Academy of Pediatrics has revised and updated its recommendations on sleep position and location.
Swaddling Babies Could Be Linked To Sudden Deaths, Experts WarnMany parents swaddle their babies to comfort them and help them sleep better, but research shows the popular practice can be deadly in some cases.
NYC Launches Campaign To Fight Sudden Infant Death SyndromeNearly one infant dies every week in New York City because of unsafe sleep practices, said Gladys Carrion, commissioner of the city Administration for Children's Services.
Sen. Schumer Pushes Legislation That Could Help Doctors Pinpoint A Cause For SIDSEvery day in America a dozen young children die from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. For grieving parents it is a mostly unexplained tragedy.
Ask Asa: Testing Products That Fight SIDSThe spectre of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome is a parent's worst nightmare. Mattress covers, crib bumpers, sleep positioners, baby monitors and a number of other new products that claim to fight SIDS are flooding the market.
Upper East Side Store Owner Trying To Help Break Breastfeeding RecordCalling all lactating moms! It's World Breastfeeding Week!

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