Safer sleep messages needed to prevent more sudden infant deaths, review says


Co-sleeping is a major risk factor for childen living in deprived families who are more likely to experience a sudden unexpected death in infancy (SUDI) than wealthier peers, a safeguarding review has found.

Children from more deprived families are more at risk from SUDI than their wealthier peers, a new review says. Picture: Adobe Stock
Children from more deprived families are more at risk from SUDI than their wealthier peers, a new review says. Picture: Adobe Stock

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