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Amer Acad Pediatrics Nov 12
To help guide conversations about with families, has developed a suite of materials including posters, infographics, videos and social media messages. Please download, share and post these materials:
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GreatStartWayne 19h
This is an amazing event to learn about safe sleep! You can register today at !
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SwaddleDesigns 7h
How to Transition Baby from Swaddling
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Christina Baker Nov 13
Try a Newton baby mattress today!!
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Julie Norton Nov 13
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Julie Norton Nov 13
Sigh.Seeing posts about makes me feel like I'm a bad mom because I coslept with Carson during his first 3 months. When he was ready, we transitioned to the crib. Yes, there are risks, but do ur research on the actual statistics of anything happening before shaming moms
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Maternity Care Coalition 19h
More than 3500 infants die each year in the U.S. from sleep-related deaths. Learn about practices
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Safe Kids Oregon 12h
Tip - We all love baby snuggles! But return your baby to their own crib or bassinet when you're ready to go to sleep.
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Pacif-i Nov 17
How to keep warm enough while she’s sleeping, without letting her over heat?
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Stark County Health Department Nov 17
“Baby it’s cold outside,” but baby doesn’t need a blanket in the crib or bassinet. For , dress baby in a wearable blanket instead. Here are a few other things you can do to keep baby safe.
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publichealthOC Nov 17
Premature infants are at greater risk for sleep related deaths. Safely put your infant to bed.
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Lake Health 18h
If you're pregnant, shopping for the right items to create a safe sleep environment can be confusing. Angie Quirk, RN, director of Lake Health Maternal and Child Services, explains the basics of :
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rattles and rascals Nov 12
The chance of SIDS happening is significantly higher if using a sleeping aid. It's a known FACT that it increases the risks.
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DC AAP Nov 15
Help practice with these ABCs of sleep!
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alena 🥰 Nov 17
Replying to @wolfpacksmd2
That’s a lot of stuff in that baby’s crib man.
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Safe Kids Chicago Nov 14
Wondering how to keep your baby warm this winter without using loose blanket in the crib? Get some cozy wearable blankets.
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Pacif-i Nov 15
How to make sure your sleeps safely when you're on holiday
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Amer Acad Pediatrics Nov 15
Know the ABCs of ! Infants should sleep Alone and on their Backs in a bare Crib. Avoid using blankets, crib bumpers, stuffed animals or other soft bedding because it increases the risk of suffocation.
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Luann Jones Nov 15
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PureandSimple Nov 16
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