By CBSNewYork Team

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — After the deaths of more than 100 babies were linked to unregulated infant sleep products, federal regulators are now setting safety standards.

Millions of items have already been recalled.

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The Consumer Product Safety Commission says the standards will effectively eliminate potentially hazardous sleep products for infants under 5 months old.

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The products include inclined sleepers, travel and compact bassinets, and in-bed sleepers.

Under the new standards, the sleep surface must tilt at an angle no more than 10 degrees. They must also comply with standards for bassinets and cribs.

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CBSNewYork Team