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Advising moms not to bed share with infants does not discourage #breastfeeding : NIH-funded study lends support to SIDS reduction advice

Advising moms not to bed share with infants does not discourage : NIH-funded study lends support to SIDS reduction advice

Among babies, accidental suffocation is responsible for three quarters of unintentional injury deaths. Keep baby safe by giving him or her a separate sleep area on a firm sleep surface (like a mattress in a safety-approved crib), free of soft objects, toys, blankets, and crib bumpers.

Practice Safe Sleep for Baby to Avoid Accidental Suffocation and Strangulation

Learn more about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and the actions you can take to help reduce the risk of SIDS and other sleep-related causes of infant death. #SIDSMonth

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS)

Learn more about Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and the actions you can take to help reduce the risk of SIDS and other sleep-related causes of infant death.

If you're a new mom, you probably have lots of questions about breastfeeding, including how to know if your baby has a good latch, how often to breastfeed, and how to know if your baby is getting enough breastmilk.

If you& a new mom, you probably have lots of questions about breastfeeding, including how to know if your baby has a good latch, how often to breastfeed, and how to know if your baby is getting enough breastmilk.

Breastfeeding? Many moms worry about making enough breastmilk. Here’s what you need to know. #NBM15 #WBW2015

Many moms worry about making enough breastmilk.

Are you a soon-to-be parent? Our breastfeeding peer counselors can answer your breastfeeding questions and walk you through common challenges, like latching and pumping.

#SIDS #SafeToSleep #baby #infanthealth #breastfeeding

#SIDS #SafeToSleep #baby #infanthealth #breastfeeding

The cross-cradle hold: hold your baby along the area opposite from the breast you are using. Support your baby's head at the base of his or her neck with the palm of your hand. This hold gives extra head support and may help the baby stay latched. #breastfeeding #latching

The cross-cradle hold: hold your baby along the area opposite from the breast you are using. Support your baby's head at the base of his or her neck with the palm of your hand. This hold gives extra head support and may help the baby stay latched.

Safe Sleep Brochure - English (AA)

The mission of New Mexico Department of Health is to promote health and wellness, improve health outcomes, and assure safety net services for all people in New Mexico.

An excellent #graphic on what #safe #sleep looks like.

An excellent #graphic on what #safe #sleep looks like.

There’s a reason it’s called the cradle hold: This position brings baby and mom close together. #whatsyourhold

There’s a reason it’s called the cradle hold: This position brings baby and mom close together.

Safe Sleep for All Babies Campaign expands efforts to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and other sleep-related causes of infant death. #SafeToSleep

Safe Sleep for All Babies Campaign expands efforts to reduce the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and other sleep-related causes of infant death.

Segnali di fame nel neonato

Baby Feeding Cues (signs) - Services A – Z - Women and Newborn Health health naturally care health solutions eating health

Looking for breastfeeding support and information? Find out what resources helped other breastfeeding moms!

Looking for breastfeeding support and information? Find out what resources helped other breastfeeding moms!

Is your baby sleeping on his back? Make sure you ready this guide on how to sleep your baby safely!

Is your baby sleeping on his back? Make sure you ready this guide on how to sleep your baby safely!

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