Rates of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) have increased in England and Wales according to figures released today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
New survey has found that 54% of new and expectant parents would let friends and family kiss their newborn baby, unaware of the risk of serious infection.
Survey of over 3,400 parents shows that 9 in 10 co-sleep but less than half were given co-sleeping advice by a health professional
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The latest report on sudden and unexpected deaths in infancy and childhood from England's National Child Mortality Database
Rates of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) have shown a decrease in England and Wales according to figures released today by the Office for National Statistics (ONS).
This World Refugee Week, baby charity The Lullaby Trust are urgently raising money to help anyone fleeing an emergency situation keep their baby safe.
With temperatures set to hit highs of 35°C today in the South East, The Lullaby Trust has issued advice for parents to keep their babies safe and cool.
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.
Mum, actor and entrepreneur will use her voice and profile to raise awareness of SIDS.
Over 1 in 3 parents have bought a baby sleep product they’ve seen on social media that goes against safer sleep advice, a survey by The Lullaby Trust finds.
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.