SIDs (or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome) is a parent’s worst nightmare—especially when you consider it typically occurs during sleep with no signs or symptoms.
Rare today, SIDs still affects babies one month to 12-months of age, and even though the cause is virtually unknown, there are fourteen effective ways to protect your baby as he or she slumbers peacefully…
1. Stay Up-to-Date on Vaccinations
Vaccinations from illnesses like chicken pox, hepatitis B, measles, and more reduce your baby’s risk of SIDs by 50-percent.