Pediatricians are calling on the CPSC to enact mandatory safety standards placing stringent restrictions on the ability to market weighted infant blankets and similar products as safe.
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The CPSC and lawmakers met this month to issue new warnings and recommendations on providing safe sleeping spaces for infants.
The FDA is urging parents and caregivers to stop using infant head shaping pillows due to the risks of suffocation and death.
The American Academy of Pediatricians have released new guidelines stressing that many cases of sudden infant death syndrome may be avoided by placing infants in a proper, safe sleeping environment.
Australian researchers may have identified an enzyme which could play a role in unexplained incidents of sudden infant death syndrome.
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