Baby deaths from suffocation should not be included in SIDS statistics for a start. Suffocation is not Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. How could any SIDS study possibly be accurate or lead to helping find more information for why babies die of SIDS when suffocation is included in the statistics? We don't include people who have cancer and die in car crashes in statistics on people who die from cancer.
SIDS has come up with absolutely no concrete evidence or info in how many decades as to why SIDS occurs. If they wish to promote safe sleeping then perhaps they should change their name and call their research safe sleeping not SIDS. If you take out all the advice that reduces suffocation then There is not much in there about SIDS at all.
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06-07-2012 22:08 #81
06-07-2012 22:15 #82
This issue must have been quite sensationalised, i've seen it at least 3 times on the newsflash headlines tonight.
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06-07-2012 23:59 #84
I'd like to ban stupid author
07-07-2012 04:51 #85Guest Guest
There are guidelines to safe sleeping with babies, your allowed to make your own choices on how you sleep with yours. However, the fact people are encouraging others to ignore them I find irresponsible.
The guidelines are there for a reason.
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07-07-2012 08:04 #89Guest Guest
As for your ff comment, many formula feeding parents are told they're putting their babies at risk for not bf, it doesn't go untold. People on bubhub make sure of that
So far from reading the other thread, most people fell into co-sleeping because it was easier, not because it was safer. They don't know what causes sids which is why they have safe sleeping guidelines, and they obviously think there is a link with those who bed share and have made a new warning against it. I'd personally rather take that advice then anyones here, I don't think you know something they don't.
07-07-2012 08:06 #90
I don't co-sleep and I prefer DD in the cot next to the bed. I always won't co-sleep as I just don't feel in our situation it is worth the risk.
All this thread has done for me is given me some entertaining reading throughout all 9 pages.
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