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Keep your baby safe. Learn more about how to reduce the risk of SIDS (4/11/2011)

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Back to Sleep information sheet
How to reduce your baby's risk of SIDS
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Baby's Safe Sleep flyer/fotonovela
Mom explains to grandma why babies should be on their backs when they sleep. Share with family members and caregivers.
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Baby's Safe Sleep poster
Steps to follow to safely put a baby to bed
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Keeping Baby Safe at Home
Safe sleep tips for babies from Neonatal Intensive Care Units
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Oh Baby! We want to keep you safe from secondhand smoke
Tips for dealing with secondhand smoke
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Taking Care of Me
This self-help guide gives postpartum women practical health tips on emotional health, stress, nutrition, exercise, family planning and reproductive health, and alcohol, tobacco and other drugs.
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