SIDS, also known as Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, is the unexpected death of a baby under the age of one while sleeping. Doctors still don't know exactly what causes this silent and deadly condition, but here you'll learn how to prevent SIDS.

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SIDS is terrifying in part because it feels so random. But sleep-related infant deaths are often preventable. This is what families touched by tragedy want you to know.