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
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.
A survey commissioned by The Lullaby Trust has found that less than a third of dads are being given information on the basic steps they can take to lower the risk of sudden infant death syndrome.
A survey of over 7,000 new parents carried out by The Lullaby Trust has shown that 46% have put their baby in an unsafe sleeping environment
Sarra Cheyne of British Standards Institution (BSI) explains what standards mean and what parents should look for
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A survey commissioned by charity The Lullaby Trust has found that over 55% of parents are unsure of the basic steps they can take to lower the risk of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome