Let your infant sleep on back

Do not forget to place your sleeping baby on his/her back as supine sleeping can reduce the risk of of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

Sudden Infant Death Syndrome linked to breathing problems

In a major breakthrough, researchers claimed to have found the leading cause of the Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS).

Tips for tackling asthma during pregnancy

Nothing can be as dreadful as suffering from an asthma attack during pregnancy. A pregnant lady, as it is, goes through a lot of bodily and hormonal changes. Having an asthma attack during this period can seriously be the worst nightmare.

Nine crib deaths reported in Malda hospital

As many as nine infants have died in the government-run Malda Medical College and Hospital in West Bengal.

Cause of infant deaths from SIDS identified

Researchers have claimed that babies dying from Sudden infant death syndrome ( SIDS) have brain stem abnormalities regardless of whether they were exposed to risks like suffocation or co-sleeping.

Simple camera may help measure heart, respiration rates

A simple video camera paired with complex algorithms can help accurately monitor heart and respiration rates to track a person`s health, scientists say.

Babies sleeping on back have flattened heads?

Nearly half of the newborns develop flat spots on their heads by the time they are two-month old due to sleeping on their backs to prevent sudden infant death syndrome, a new Canadian study has found.

Sleeping with parents raises risk of baby dying from SIDS

An infant has a fivefold increased risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) when they share their bed with their parents, according to an analysis.

Babies still put at risk of sudden death: Study

Sudden infant death syndrome, or SIDS, kills about 2,500 babies each year in the United States.