Canadian study identifies factors, safety measures to reduce SIDS risk

Researchers at the University of Calgary have identified a few controllable factors that could potentially reduce the rate of sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS, in Canada.

The study found that prenatal smoking and overheating can contribute to the mysterious phenomenon, which causes the deaths of approximately 200 infants in […]


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