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MONDAY, Oct. 13, 2014 (HealthDay News) One of the most dangerous places for a sleeping baby is a sofa, according to a new study. Of nearly 8,000 infant sleeping deaths in the United States, researchers found that about 12 percent were sofa-related. And nearly three-quarters of those infants were newborns. “It was shocking that one in eight SIDS and infant sleep-related deaths. When your baby is having a nap into car, there must be someone to look after him.

If you are eager to know further, then you should know that car seats are one of the unsafe places for your baby to sleep. When your baby falls asleep in the car, the. Across the three age groups observed, 87 to 93 percent of babies had hazardous items on their sleep surface (like bumper pads, pillows, stuffed animals and sleep positioners), 14 to 33 percent were not put on their backs (the recommended sleep position for infants until they are able to roll over on their own) and 10 to 21 percent were placed on non-recommended sleep surfaces. Opt for a firm sleep surface.

Purchase a safety-approved crib mattress, covered by a fitted sheet, and never place your baby down for sleep on soft surfaces, like pillows, quilts, and sheepskins. Keep the sleeping area clean and clear. This means no soft objects, toys, pillows, blankets, quilts, sheepskins or crib bumpers. For infants of any age, there’s still the very real threat that a sleeping adult might roll over onto the baby. Other risks include suffocation, asphyxia, entrapment, falls, and strangulation.

But. Never place your baby to sleep on a couch, sofa, or armchair. This is an extremely dangerous place for your baby to sleep. Bed-sharing is not recommended for any babies.

However, certain situations make bed-sharing even more dangerous. American Baby, in partnership with Safe Kids Worldwide, polled more than 4,500 new moms with babies 1 year old and younger to find out how they put their child to sleep. While nearly all told us. The AAP Policy Statement “SIDS and Other Sleep-Related Infant Deaths: Updated 2016 Recommendations for a Safe Infant Sleeping Environment,” and Technical Report, draws on new research and serves as the first update to Academy policy since 2011.

Parents may find it helpful to read: How to Keep Your Sleeping Baby Safe: AAP Policy Explained. The danger of vomiting was the most important argument for making the baby sleep on its stomach. This is because doctors believed that it would be dangerous if the baby vomits while sleeping on the back. They argued that babies might choke on their vomit, due to lack of enough strength to turn the head. MONDAY, Oct.

13, 2014 (HealthDay News) One of the most dangerous places for a sleeping baby is a sofa, according to a new study. Of nearly 8,000 infant sleeping deaths in the United States, researchers found that about 12 percent were sofa-related. And nearly three-quarters of those infants were newborns.

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An infant sleeping at her mother’s side would not be on her stomach, or flat on her back, but cradled comfortably in the crook of her mother’s arm, eliminating uncomfortable pressure points or dangerous smothering crib corners.

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Wherever the baby sleeps, the dangers are mostly the same: pillows, toys, and quilts that could suffocate; cords and ties that could strangle; gaps in which a baby could become wedged; heights from which she could fall; and overheating, which increases the risk of SIDS.

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Wherever the baby sleeps, it is considered safer for the baby to sleep on her back, rather than side or tummy.

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Sleeping Just as ashore, your baby needs a safe, secure place to sleep.

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One of the most dangerous places for a parent and infant to sleep together is on a couch or chair.

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Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) has been associated with prone side-lying positioning of newborns and infants, so the infant should be placed to sleep alone (no pillows, stuffed animals, fluffy blankets), on his or her back, and in own crib (Goldberg, Rodriguez-Prado, Tillery, & Chua, 2018).

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• • • The safest place for your baby to sleep is in a cot by your bed for the first 6 months.

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Infants sleeping in adult beds are approximately 20 times more likely to suffocate, compared with infants sleeping in cribs (Scheers, Rutherford, & Kemp, 2003).

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Most authorities recommend that the safest place for babies to sleep is in a cot beside the parent’s bed for the first 6 months (Mitchell, 2010).

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  • Nobody can explain SIDS… YET they have so many DO’S AND DONT’ S. Make it make sense!!
    I co sleep with both my babies and they sleep on their tummies and they are absolutely alive!!
    Sleeping on their backs always caused problems for me reflux through the nose & mouth. And yes they are burped. While babies sleep it is the parents job to sleep lightly to catch any difficulties. But some parents are heavy sleepers who snore and aren’t able to wake to assist a child who is choking or suffocating or they are just not in the room any at all.

  • Not certain about the points made but,if anyone else wants to learn about baby sleep device try Calmer fixer blueprint ( search on google )? Ive heard some super things about it and my cousin got cool results with it.

  • I have no kids, but I can’t stand babies and very young kids sleeping by themselves. Kids back then slept with adults and it was much safer.

  • My precious little baby is 20 months and she co sleeps and has done from birth. She sleep so much better through the night, she wakes for a feed and a nappy change but she settles quickly ❤️ she loves to be gently rocked while I feed her I find breastfeeding a beautiful way to bond with your little one

  • Question…the video says do not put on side or back if they cannot roll over. My understanding is you always put on back to sleep and if they roll you do not have to move them back to their back. My almost 6 month old is rolling and army crawling. He prefers to sleep on his belly. I have been putting on his back and he pretty much immediately rolls to side. As he settles, he rolls to stomach with butt in the air. Unfortunately, tears and crying is usually the result of putting him on his back first. Can I just put him on his side to start?

  • This is why we all need to donate to worthy causes. I for one will be finding a way to donate to do my part to assist. The world needs to pull together. It is time.

  • As I’m watching this docu so many thoughts enter my mine about how WE complain about EVERY fucking little thing for no apparent reason at all is just hurting my soul. These women and men in different countries doesn’t have the minimum of things to survive on a day to day basis like food,medical attention,clothes,a working bathroom,good clean water to drink and bathe in etc etc… in yet their NOT complaining. My heart aches for them all

  • This is depressing to see, everyone should see this though this world needs to change. People are so just so evil. Why can’t there be a virus that just kills these psychopaths that hurt others


  • I want to do reporting covering African issues, as an African living in Africa, but I wonder how safe that will be for me, especialy on sensitive issues involving the governments,

  • This mid-wife is a miracle worker and so courageous. It would be wonderful if the country could/would train many mid-wives and if their govt or agencies foreign or domestic would support them.

  • Such strong women. God bless them. And the midwife. A pure gold heart ♥.. We need more people like her.. And the un to step in help communities like this.

  • Wow, This woman will from now on be in my prayers to our Mighty Lord, as well as these innocent people living under such dangerous conditions.

  • not only amazing but also horrific, lest recognize your foremost fundamental responsibility that Advances modern Westers dynasties are totally failed, henced they are encountered with severe chronic coronavirus ultimately eventually they had been tackled by your LORD, Let see the End Game of final frontier of Bio-War-fare by the Jewish conspiracies depopulation agenda 21…..The Hippocratic world is still ignoring the rights for the rest of the Dev.countries

  • What a strong and inspiring woman. The world is better for you being in it. My heart aches for the people living in these conditions and who have lost their loved ones but this woman is a hero.

  • I love videos like this have seen a few by UW, and the journalists seem compassionate and talented. Seyi Rhodes did a wonderful job and Olga Yetikoua is amazing! I have long despised everything about Joseph Kony and his fighters, no matter what they call themselves. I pray to God the people who are enduring so many kinds of suffering will get more caring souls coming to help them!

  • Oh no…. It’s Stuart ‘chicken-liken’ Ramsay again spreading fear amongst the middle classes. Journalism at its worst. The epitome of dystopian drama and ‘fake news’. A word of advice Stuart take it down a notch. It’s like listening to an Orson Wells radio drama from fifty years ago. Nobody is buying into this persistence and pathetic narrative.

  • She’s an angel! God bless. I am from Somalia and my country was ravaged by war (finally experiencing some sort of normalcy) and i was born in the middle of the war. I have always been shocked by the resiliency and tenacity of human beings.

  • This is shameful. Where are the government officials. In this country, if you are in the military and you have done what was done to this innocent man, they would have been arrested and jailed. These countries are so backwards. It’s shameful. Thank God for Olga.

  • Hi folks! Did you know the Pinard stethoscope was invented during the 19th century by a Dr who was embarrassed to put his ear directly against a pregnant lady’s abdomen? Lol.