The new room-sharing guideline -- part of a broader policy on SIDS -- calls for infants to sleep in a crib or bassinet with a firm mattress in their parents' bedroom for at least the first six months and, optimally, for the first year of life.
The new room-sharing guideline -- part of a broader policy on SIDS -- calls for infants to sleep in a crib or bassinet with a firm mattress in their parents' bedroom for at least the first six months and, optimally, for the first year of life. Rayes Getty Images
The new room-sharing guideline -- part of a broader policy on SIDS -- calls for infants to sleep in a crib or bassinet with a firm mattress in their parents' bedroom for at least the first six months and, optimally, for the first year of life. Rayes Getty Images
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New guidelines aim to cut risk of sudden infant death syndrome

October 26, 2016 12:11 PM