Safe sleeping mode for babies

“Room Share, Don’t Bed Share”Campaign to keep babies safe

YOUNG children, especially those under five years of age, are “fragile” and vulnerable to many risks. In recent years, we have become increasingly aware that some small children die as a result of suffocation while sleeping with their parents. This is a tragic event and one that can be easily prevented.

As parents need to watch over small children or a mother may have to breastfeed at night, they do need to be close to the child. But sleeping with them in the same bed is hazardous. The key is sharing the room, not the bed; in other words, children should be near us but not in the same bed.

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