Even with SIDS Risk, American Babies Still Sleep with Soft Bedding
Since 1996 the American Academy of Pediatrics has recommended infants sleep without soft surfaces to decrease risk of sudden infant death syndrome; a recent study found more than half of American parents are continuing to use such bedding. About 15 babies die per 100,000 from accidental suffocation and 53 per 100,000 died from SIDS in 2010.
By Jordan Moses
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