Parents and caregivers of infants are being warned not to put babies in sleep positioning products because of the risk of death due to suffocation. The warnings were issued by both the Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CSPC) after reviewing reports of 12 known infant deaths associated with the products. Sleep positioners are thin mats or wedges used to either elevate the baby’s head or keep the baby in a desired position while sleeping. They are often used with infants under 6 months of age. Some manufacturers claim the products help prevent Sudden Infant ... Read More
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