On the agenda - New findings on cot death risks
In a nutshell
Babies are safest sleeping in their own cots, according to new research. A four-year study by Bristol University was published in the British Medical Journal last week. The study was funded by The Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths (FSID), and found that in half of all unexpected deaths of children in the South West, babies had died sleeping with a parent or carer.