High Tech, ‘Intelligent’ Baby Clothing May Help Parents Detect SIDS Warning Signs

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Sometimes we really disagree with the FDA and some of the kooky decisions they make. However, on the topic of SIDS, we agree with the FDA. Back to sleep is the number one best way to help prevent SIDS. Your baby should always sleep on his back — at night and at nap time. Other known ways to help prevent SIDS include:

Above all, be informed and present. Did you know research says that typically, multiple factors play a part in a SIDS death? Making sure you know about SIDS risk factors and prevention methods is key for a healthy baby, as is simply being an attentive parent. Know when your infant seems under the weather or too warm. Don’t get overly stressed and protective (babies are heartier than you think), but do pay attention to your child, even if you also decide to try out some of this new high tech clothing.

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