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Another study shows parents of newborns don’t always follow recommendations for safe sleep

By: Claire McCarthy, M.D., Faculty Editor, Harvard Health Publications If you ask parents of newborns what the recommendations for safe sleep for infants are, most can recite the “safe sleep rules”: put your baby to sleep on his back, by himself, on a firm surface with no loose bedding (preferably nothing in the crib but Baby). …

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