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Study: Indian-Americans have lowest rate of sudden unexpected infant deaths

Study: Indian-Americans have lowest rate of sudden unexpected infant deaths

Study provides insight into circumstances that lead to sudden unexpected infant death

Study provides insight into circumstances that lead to sudden unexpected infant death

Mount Sinai study could help doctors to better understand and manage diseases affecting the larynx

Mount Sinai study could help doctors to better understand and manage diseases affecting the larynx

Experts issue urgent call to protect infants from sleep-related deaths

Experts issue urgent call to protect infants from sleep-related deaths

Jacobs Medical Center recognized with Baby Friendly Designation for efforts in mother-baby bonding

Jacobs Medical Center recognized with Baby Friendly Designation for efforts in mother-baby bonding

New SIDS Info app seeks to reduce infant sleep-related deaths

New SIDS Info app seeks to reduce infant sleep-related deaths

SIDS study reveals unsafe sleep practices among babysitters, relatives and friends

SIDS study reveals unsafe sleep practices among babysitters, relatives and friends

Study identifies potential genetic link in sudden infant death syndrome

Study identifies potential genetic link in sudden infant death syndrome

Genetic links to cot deaths found in new research

Genetic links to cot deaths found in new research

Younger siblings of SIDS victims have four-fold increased risk of sudden death

Younger siblings of SIDS victims have four-fold increased risk of sudden death

Genetic heart mutations account for fewer sudden and unexplained infant deaths

Genetic heart mutations account for fewer sudden and unexplained infant deaths

One in 14 pregnant women continue to smoke

One in 14 pregnant women continue to smoke

Safe sleep recommendations for parents that may help reduce child’s risk of SUID

Safe sleep recommendations for parents that may help reduce child’s risk of SUID

Intermountain Medical Center launches rooming-in program to support bonding between mothers and newborns

Intermountain Medical Center launches rooming-in program to support bonding between mothers and newborns

Report identifies potentially modifiable factors that may contribute to persistent risk of SUID

Report identifies potentially modifiable factors that may contribute to persistent risk of SUID

Inhaled carbon dioxide triggers group of neurons responsible for arousal

Inhaled carbon dioxide triggers group of neurons responsible for arousal

SIDS still a threat to American babies, finds survey

SIDS still a threat to American babies, finds survey

American babies less likely to make it to their first birthdays than in other wealthy OECD countries

American babies less likely to make it to their first birthdays than in other wealthy OECD countries

Breastfeeding for two months cuts baby's risk of SIDS almost in half, study finds

Breastfeeding for two months cuts baby's risk of SIDS almost in half, study finds

Developmental abnormality discovered in babies linked to SIDS

Developmental abnormality discovered in babies linked to SIDS