Researchers in Australia have identified a biomarker that could help detect babies more at risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) while they are alive.
With support from Teddy's Wish, we have launched a new resource to be used by midwives
Nearly half of parents have been given a potentially unsafe sleeping product for their baby, a survey by cot death charity The Lullaby Trust has discovered.
Today, over 40 leading mental health, family and children’s charities and professional bodies are calling on national and local decision makers to give urgent attention to the wellbeing of babies, toddlers and their parents during the COVID-19 crisis.
Lullaby Trust appears on show to discuss parental tiredness and Safer Sleep Week 2020
Katie’s older brother Tom died of SIDS at 7 months old. Years later her own son Archie also died suddenly and unexpectedly, and no cause was ever found. Katie shares her family’s story.
Annie was 17 when she gave birth to her daughter Hazel, who sadly died suddenly and unexpectedly one year later.
Grace Violet was just 10 weeks old when she died of SIDS. Her mum Laura shares her story
Young mum Jordan shares the story of her daughter Ruby-Leigh
Evelyn’s daughter Carly died of SIDS in 1990. This is their story:
Bereaved mum Katy's first son Ethan died in 2013. After his death she received support from The Lullaby Trust's CONI programme.
Megan shares the story of her son Isaac who passed away of SIDS