Room share, don’t bed share

“A safeguarding board has launched a new safer sleeping campaign to highlight the risks of co-sleeping with babies and drinking alcohol.
The Norfolk Safeguarding Children Board’s Safer Sleeping drive hopes to highlight the link between doing so and cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
The campaign – led by bodies including Norfolk County Council public health and Norfolk police – will include a short film showing the impact of SIDS on a family, and will provide advice for new and expectant parents.”
Find more from Eastern Daily Press.
And from Norfolk County Council (UK, 2018).

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