Midwives and health workers in Bolton are being trained to pass on important messages to parents to help to keep hundreds of Bolton babies safe.
The Sleep Safe campaign aims to prevent as many unexpected baby deaths in Bolton as possible.
The Sleep Safe campaign, which is being supported by The Bolton News, has been welcomed by young mums, as well as health workers and council and health chiefs
The Sleep Safe campaign, which is backed by The Bolton News, has been launched because Bolton’s rate of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is more than three times higher than the national average, with 1.4 unexplained baby deaths per 1,000 live births, compared to 0.4 nationally.
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