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Risk factors for sleep-related death differ for younger, older infants

NANN SmartBrief | Jul 17, 2014

A study in the journal Pediatrics found that 74% of infants aged 3 months and younger who died during sleep were sharing a bed with an adult at the time. For older infants, the strongest risk factor for sleep-related death was rolling into objects placed in the sleeping area. USA Today (07/14) DailyRx.com (07/13)


Hypothermia for perinatal asphyxia has neurocognitive benefits

NANN SmartBrief | Jul 17, 2014

Adverse events prompt FDA warning against lidocaine for teething infants

NANN SmartBrief | Jul 03, 2014

Early cord clamping may raise infant admission, death risk

NANN SmartBrief | Jul 24, 2014

Now Available: Resource Guide for Cardiac Care Guide PDF

NANN SmartBrief | Jul 24, 2014

U.K. study: High-volume neonatal units have better preemie survival rates

NANN SmartBrief | Jul 10, 2014

Study: Jaundice is common among breast-fed infants

NANN SmartBrief | Jul 24, 2014

MSSA strains are behind most staph infections in neonatal care center

NANN SmartBrief | Jul 10, 2014

Nurses delay retirement, boosting shift to accountable care

NANN SmartBrief | Jul 24, 2014

Scientists ID genetic mutations behind autoinflammatory disease in children

NANN SmartBrief | Jul 24, 2014


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