Parents should be kept informed of the links between co-sleeping and Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) says a leading health organisation.
Updated guidance from the National Institute for Healthcare and Excellence (NICE) places emphasis upon the important roles GPs, midwives and healthcare professionals have in communicating these risks.
Elaine McInnes, a practice teacher of health visiting and professional development officer from the Institute of Health Visiting, helped to develop the new NICE co-sleeping recommendations.
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