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  • KID Safe Sleep Checklist Helps Caregivers Evaluate Infant Sleep Products

    Posted on July 14, 2017

    Safe sleep messaging can be overwhelming for new parents, especially considering the number and variety of products available on store shelves. However, Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID) remains the leading cause of preventable death among infants 0-1. In fact, incidence… Read More

  • Don’t learn about recalls from your grandkids: KID’s resource guide for grandparents

    Posted on September 4, 2014

    Grandparents are one of the greatest resources when it comes to keeping their grandchildren safe. They can make invaluable partners to busy parents by taking the time to search the products their grandchildren use for recalls and safety concerns. Below,… Read More

  • Babies in Boxes? Finland’s method for combating infant mortality

    Posted on July 22, 2014

    Cribs are possibly the most important investment a parent can make in their child’s safety. Cribs are the only product that a parent is meant to leave their child in alone and unsupervised. In America, there is a huge market… Read More

  • New injury data from CPSC on tip-overs and nursery products

    Posted on December 13, 2012

    Lots of injury statistics coming out of the US Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC) this week. First, be sure and check out their new infographic. (PDF)  A child died every two weeks in 2011 from furniture, TV and appliance tip-overs. … Read More

  • Sleep positioners, despite their dangers, still sold online

    Posted on August 8, 2011

    In early 2002, 2 month old Andy died when he suffocated on the sleep positioner in his crib.  His parents joined with KID to alert parents to the dangers of these unnecessary products. Then, in April 2010, Preston died the… Read More

  • A new coalition to promote safe sleep for infants

    Posted on July 12, 2011

    Kids In Danger has worked since our founding to improve children’s product safety.  Much of the focus has been on sleep environments – the one place babies are left unattended and the subject of a multitude of recalls for dangerous… Read More

  • Remembering Andy Sage

    Posted on January 7, 2011

    This weekend, KID honors the memory of Andy Sage. Andy suffocated on a sleep positioner in January 2002. Since then, his parents have been committed to warning others of the dangers of this product. Just last year, CPSC and FDA… Read More

  • Wordless Wednesday: Stop using sleep positioners

    Posted on September 29, 2010

    CPSC, FDA, AAP and KID all say — don’t use sleep positioners. They are an unnecessary risk and provide no safety protection. CPSC cited 12 deaths, including 2 this year, in issuing the warning.

  • CPSC, FDA issue warning on sleep positioners

    Posted on September 28, 2010

    In January 2002, 8 week old Andy Sage died — not from SIDS as the medical examiner thought at first, but from suffocating on a sleep positioner. Andy turned his head down toward the cushion of the positioning device and… Read More

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