In Brief: New guidelines for reducing risk of cot death

The Department of Health has issued new guidelines on reducing the risk of cot death. It advises against parents sharing a bed with a baby if they smoke, have been drinking alcohol, are very tired or taking drugs which cause drowsiness. It also warns parents to keep their baby's cot ...

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