Latest Sudden infant death syndrome Stories
The prevalence of plagiocephaly, a condition marked by an asymmetrical, flattening of the skull, appears to be increasing in infants and young children.
Groups that oppose smoke-free law are Alting's top donors in last two elections INDIANAPOLIS, March 30, 2011 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Saying it raises questions about his opposition to a smoke-free law that includes bars, the Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids today released data from the National Institute on Money in State Politics showing that over the last two election cycles, Senator Ronnie J.
Effective January 1, 2011 all hospitals in Illinois will be required to provide free educational materials to parents or guardians of newborns regarding SIDS and Safe Sleep. The materials will include information to help parents understand SIDS and lower their child's risk for it.
It was reported that an average of 7,000 babies die of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) every year.
UC San Diego study suggests link between sudden infant death and alcohol.
Children living in apartments are exposed to secondhand smoke even when no one smokes inside their own unit.
Life expectancy declines slightly according to latest CDC deaths report ATLANTA, Dec.
A new study has found that women who breastfeed their newborns appear to get as much sleep as women who rely on bottles or a combination of both methods of feedings.
The link between maternal cigarette smoking during pregnancy and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) may relate to the negative effects of nicotine on the development of brain centers that regulate breathing.
Statement by Matthew L. Myers, President, Campaign for Tobacco-Free Kids WASHINGTON, Nov.
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