Wordless Wednesday || FDA promotes ABCs of sleep, warns against infant sleep positioners Please keep baby safe by avoiding cushioning positioners and crib bumpers. Posted on October 25, 2017 by sleepyheadcentral in Babies & Sleep, How America Sleeps, Mattresses, Pillows & Other Bedroom Items, Public Health & Safety, Sleep, Sleep Activism, Legislation & Lobbies, Sleep Hygiene // 0 Comments View SHC on FB’s profile on FacebookView @sleepyheadctrl’s profile on TwitterView sleepyheadcent’s profile on Pinterest This ABCs of infant sleep video by the FDA clarifies the best way to put baby down for a nap. Share widely:TweetPocketEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Share widely:TweetPocketEmailPrintLike this:Like Loading... Related Wordless Wednesday || FDA promotes ABCs of sleep, warns against infant sleep positioners Do you currently use an infant sleep positioner? Thank you for the vote! Yes0 No0 FDAinfant sleepinfant sleep positionernewborn sleeppediatric sleepproduct recallPublic Health & Safetypublic safetysidssleepy babysudden infant death syndromesuffocation risk SUBSCRIBE NOWATTENTION CONTENT CREATORSSHC is not accepting pitches, manuscripts, or queries at this time for guest posts, infographics, or other unsolicited content. All guest posts are by invitation only. Writers' guidelines for the Vitamin Zzz literary series can be found here.