American Baby, in partnership with Safe Kids Worldwide, polled more than 4,500 new moms with babies 1 year old and younger to find out how they put their child to sleep. While nearly all told us they know the steps for reducing the risk of sleep-related infant death, too many disregard them. AB investigates.
Although soothing to baby during waking hours, pacifiers and other crib toys can block airways and should be removed from reach when baby drifts off to sleep.
A new study found that bumpers may cause -- rather than prevent -- crib injuries.
Many hazards aren't obvious. Read on to make sure you don't miss a thing.
Steps you should take to avoid putting your little ones at risk.
Dr. Alan Greene answers the question, Could bumper rails hurt my baby?
Baby's domain sure is cute. But is it safe? Try to suss out the 10 trouble spots in this nursery. Then read on to see how you fared.
Learn how to keep your baby safe and sound in the nursery.
A lot has changed with the past generation when it comes to the sleep environment for babies. The once-standard drop-side crib is now banned. The idea of what should -- or should not -- be in a crib is still in flux. Follow this guide to safe sleep for babies to make sure you create the safest possible environment.
Follow these steps to ensure a secure sleep haven.
Crib safety isnt the only thing you need to worry about when it comes to baby proofing your babys nursery. Did you know that window blinds could be a strangulation hazard? Follow these child safety tips to help keep your child safe in the nursery.