Infant Safety Study Reveals Alarming Link to Unsafe Sleeping Habits

In Johannesburg, South Africa, a recent study has found a concerning link between unsafe sleeping practices and a significant number of sudden infant deaths. The research revealed that the improper positioning or bedding of infants contributed to a high percentage of these tragic occurrences. Over 68% of the sudden infant deaths investigated in the study were associated with unsafe sleeping environments, where infants were placed in positions or surrounded by materials that increased the risk …

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Unsafe Sleep Practices Found in Majority of Sudden Infant Deaths in Recent Study

Atlanta, Georgia – Unsafe sleep practices are a major contributing factor to the majority of sudden unexpected infant deaths in the United States. A recent study published in Pediatrics revealed that three-quarters of infants who died from sudden unexpected infant death were affected by multiple unsafe practices, with almost 60% sharing a sleep surface with another person at the time of death. Sudden unexpected infant death, also known as SUID, claims the lives of approximately …

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Unsafe Sleep Practices Linked to Infant SIDS Deaths: Study Shows Alarming Trends

CHARLOTTESVILLE, VA – A recent study unveils alarming statistics on unsafe sleep practices contributing to Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths (SUID) in the United States. Research conducted by the University of Virginia School of Medicine reveals that three-quarters of SUID cases involve multiple hazardous sleep behaviors that put infants at risk. Among the unsafe sleep practices identified in the study are bed-sharing, sleeping with soft items that can pose suffocation risks, sleeping on the stomach or …

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Unsafe Sleep Practices Linked to Majority of Sudden Infant Deaths in Recent Study

Charlottesville, Virginia – A recent study published in the journal Pediatrics reveals alarming statistics regarding sudden infant deaths. The analysis of 7,595 cases from a Centers for Disease Control and Prevention registry between 2011 and 2020 shed light on the dangers associated with unsafe sleep practices. The majority of these tragic deaths occurred in babies under 3 months old. The study found that over 75% of sudden infant deaths involved multiple unsafe sleep practices, including …

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Unsafe Sleep Practices Blamed for Tally of Infant SIDS Deaths

Minneapolis, Minnesota – A recent tally of infant SIDS deaths in the state reveals concerning findings regarding unsafe sleep practices. The analysis showed that a significant number of these tragic deaths could have been prevented if safer sleep practices were followed. According to the report, many parents are unknowingly putting their babies at risk by not adhering to recommended sleep guidelines. This includes cases where infants were placed on their stomachs to sleep, slept in …

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Unsafe Sleep Practices Linked to Sudden Infant Deaths in New Study

Charlottesville, Virginia – Every year, babies who die unexpectedly in their sleep may have been exposed to various dangers contributing to their deaths, a recent study reveals. The findings of a study published in Pediatrics show that three-quarters of Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths (SUID) are associated with multiple unsafe sleep practices. According to the study, hazardous sleep practices include sharing a bed with others, sleeping with items that can cause suffocation, sleeping on their bellies …

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Unsafe Sleep Practices at Play in Majority of Sudden Infant Deaths, Study Finds

Philadelphia, PA – A recent study sheds light on concerning findings regarding several unsafe sleep practices contributing to most cases of Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths (SUID). Researchers have uncovered troubling trends in the sleep habits of infants that may be putting them at risk. The study, published in a medical journal, reveals that many caregivers are not following safe sleep guidelines recommended by health experts. The findings suggest that infants are often placed in hazardous …

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Infant Deaths Linked to Unsafe Sleep Practices: Study Urges More Education

Charlottesville, Virginia – A recent study conducted between 2011 and 2020 in 23 jurisdictions revealed troubling findings regarding the unsafe sleep practices associated with Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths (SUID). Researchers emphasized the urgent need for more thorough safe-sleep education for new parents, especially from healthcare providers. The study, analyzing 7,595 infant deaths, discovered that nearly 60% of the infants who died were sharing a sleep surface, which contradicts recommendations from sleep experts. This practice poses …

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Infant Sleep Sharing Linked to Multiple Unsafe Sleep Factors, Study Finds

ATLANTA, GA – A recent study conducted by researchers at the CDC’s National Center for Chronic Disease Prevention and Health Promotion found that most cases of sudden unexplained infant death (SUID) had multiple unsafe sleep factors present, regardless of sleep location. The study, published in Pediatrics, examined 7,595 cases of SUID and revealed that 59.5% of the cases involved sleep surface sharing when the infants died, with at least 76% having multiple unsafe sleep factors …

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Unsafe Heaters Sold on TikTok and Temu Prompt Calls for Online Marketplace Responsibility

London, UK – The consumer group Which? has sounded the alarm about the sale of unsafe and illegal electric heaters on online marketplaces, warning of potential dangers such as explosions, electric shocks, and house fires. The watchdog conducted tests on heaters purchased from TikTok and Temu, finding that the majority of them posed serious safety hazards to consumers. Which? discovered that out of the eight tested heaters, six were deemed unsafe, with some sellers boasting …

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