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According to the ONS figures, the total number of unexplained infant deaths (sometimes referred to as "cot deaths" or SIDS, sudden infant death syndrome) in Wales in 2012 was 13 while in 2004 the figure was more than double at 28.
The number of babies dying from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) has fallen by a 'small and insignificant' amount, the safer baby sleep charity The Lullaby Trust has said.
national campaign to reduce the risk of sudden infant death syndrome has entered a new phase and will now encompass all sleep-related, sudden unexpected infant deaths, officials of the National Institutes of Health announced today.
Sir Roy, who gave evidence in a series of high-profile court cases, is associated with the so-called 'Meadow's Law' - that 'one sudden infant death is a tragedy, two is suspicious and three is murder, unless proven otherwise'.
Sir Roy Meadow, a distinguished pediatrician and expert in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome evidence, was struck off by the doctors' regulatory body after giving misleading statistical evidence that helped convict a mother of murdering her children.
Babies who die of sudden infant death syndrome usually appear to thrive right up to their last moments.
LANCASTER -- In honor of Baby Safety Month, Antelope Valley Hospital is educating new parents about the importance of the ``Back to Sleep'' campaign, encouraging parents to protect their new infants from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).
To the Editor: Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is the leading cause of death in infants more than 1 month old.