Confronting Claims About The Latest SIDS Research (Media Hype vs. Reality)

Confronting Claims About The Latest SIDS Research (Media Hype vs. Reality)

Potentially ground-breaking new SIDS research has recently been released, and the media and some influential people on social media have made some huge claims around what it means. Several going as far as claiming that the cause of SIDS has been discovered…

The study was attempting to identify the cause of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, and while it’s findings are very interesting, it’s not exactly as the headlines make it appear.

In this video I break down what the study involved, how it was conducted, and what it really means for parents and babies.

While it is amazing research, and the team are doing incredible work, I feel it’s important to look past the big media headlines and understand exactly what the research does and doesn’t mean to avoid jumping to false (and potentially dangerous) conclusions.

I hope this video helps clarify things for you!

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00:00 – 01:37 – What was the "SIDS Breakthrough"?
01:38 – 03:32 : Was It Really A SIDS Breakthrough?
03:33 – 04:53 : SIDS Occurs When 3 Factors Happen Simultaneously
04:54 – 05:43 : Why We Need To Continue Using Safe Sleep Practices

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