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In the News: Bedroom Fan Cuts SIDS Risk by 72%

One of the great things about working with the National Women's Health Resource Center and HealthyWomen.org is that I get to read the latest health news as soon as it happens.


For example, I just read that by keeping the air moving around a bedroom seems to dramatically reduce a baby's risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). Read the article Bedroom Fan Cuts SIDS Risk by 72% for more information.

Learning this information, are you more inclined to install a ceiling fan in your baby's room?

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