Co-sleeping may put babies at greater risk for SIDS

05/20/2013 |

Babies younger than 3 months old who slept in the same bed with their parents were five times more likely to experience sudden infant death syndrome than those who shared a room with their parents but not a bed, U.K. researchers found. SIDS risk remained 2.7 times greater in the bed-sharing group compared with the room-sharing group even when the babies were breastfed and parents did not smoke, according to the study in BMJ Open.

View Full Article in:

Published in Brief:

SmartBrief Job Listings for Education

Job Title Company Location
Senior Researcher (8194)
American Institute for Researcher
Washington, DC
Technical Assistance Associate (8330)
American Institute for Researcher
Chicago, IL
Technical Assistance Consultant (8336)
Chicago, IL
Director of Professional Services
Engaging Schools, Inc.
Cambridge, MA
Principal at Timberland Charter Academy
Timberland Charter Academy
Muskegon, MI