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[Michigan] Health department program to reduce smoking, reduce SIDS

Local health department officials hope a new program aimed at decreasing smoking by pregnant women, new moms and others living in the home will also reduce infant death. Smoking is a leading cause of fetal and infant morbidity and mortality in the United
Ionia (MI) Sentinel-Standard
added Dec 13, 2017 04:38
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Bed-Sharing, Smoking Play Role in Sudden Infant Death

Tummy sleeping still top cause, but other risk factors are culprits, too, research shows
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Mar 28, 2012 00:00
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Secondhand Smoke, Bed Sharing RaiseSudden Infant Death Risk

IBT - International Business Times
added Mar 27, 2012 00:00
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Parents need warnings about multiple SIDS risks, study says

CNN
added Mar 27, 2012 00:00
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[Germany] Gene Might Be a Culprit in Sudden Infant Death for Boys

DNA testing found mutation more prevalent in male babies
HealthDay [HealthScout]
added Feb 25, 2012 00:00
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[Maryland] Baltimore County steps up efforts to address minority infant death rates

Racial disparities linked to low birth weights, unsafe sleeping practices and other factors
Baltimore (MD) Sun
added Apr 10, 2011 00:00
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Increasing prevalence of smoke-free homes and decreasing rates of sudden infant death syndrome in the United States: an ecological association study

Online First * > Article Tob Control doi:10.1136/tc.2010.041376
Tobacco Control
added Apr 8, 2011 00:00
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LETTER: Secondhand smoke increases SIDS

Springfield (MO) News-Leader
added Apr 1, 2011 00:00
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Passive smoking in infants, children and adolescents. The effects of diet and socioeconomic factors

Volume 74, Number 8, 525-532, DOI: 10.1007/s004200100258 Volume 74, Number 8 / November 2001
International Archives of Occupational and Environmental Health
added Jan 10, 2011 00:00
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New report suggests why risk for sudden infant death syndrome is greater in babies of mothers who smoke

EurekAlert
added Nov 11, 2010 00:00
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