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For nearly 8 years, a Washington University School of Medicine physician has been trying to alert parents, consumers and regulators to the danger of infant suffocation and injury from crib bumpers. learn more

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Health Canada has just released a new conprehensive guide to the safe practices and use of products where our children sleep. From cribs to bunk beds, bed rails, playpens, sleepware and more, the guide gives you information you need to know. Click title of this new resource for your copy.

Is Your Child Safe? Sleep Time

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Beginning April 5 it is illegal to sell or lease crib bumpers within the city limits of Chicago.

KIDS IN DANGER  amongst many other safety agencies have been warning about the dangers of crib bumper pads for years.

As KID's states, "The risk of suffocation is simply too great to take with our most vulnerable consumers — young babies.We hope that retailers will use this opportunity to educate parents and caregivers about the reasons behind the ban, the new crib standard, and other safe sleep measures. A crib is the one place babies are left unattended. A bare crib that meets the current safety standards is the best way to insure they will stay safe."

For added in formation read Chicago Tribure article

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