Co-sleeping causes 54% of SIDS deaths, study shows

10/14/2009 | Google

British researchers said a study of sudden infant death cases showed 54% occurred when a baby shared a bed or sofa with a parent. They said the rate of SIDS increased when the adult who was co-sleeping with the infant had been drinking alcohol or taking drugs.

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