When people talk about SIDS they mostly talk about suffocation hazards. Are people misusing the term or is SIDS basically the same as suffocation? I think I'm missing something.
Asked by Anonymous at 11:19 AM on Jan. 27, 2009 in Babies (0-12 months)
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SIDS is a huge concern for me since i have a 4 week old baby girl, and i have done a lot of Internet surfing looking for reasons for it and ways of preventing it. I have recently come across information on a study done in Australia and New Zealand, that i found very helpful. here is a link to it. i should also point out that in Australia and New Zealand they call it Cot Death not SIDS, i believe they use the word cot instead of crib. Hope this helps i know i have already ordered mine.
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