Little progress in preventing sudden infant deaths since last report: BC Coroner

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VICTORIA — There’s been no change in the number of babies dying in their sleep five years after British Columbia’s coroners’ services made recommendations to stem the trend. The service says its death review panel found about 23 infants under the age of one die unexpectedly while sleeping each year. The panel studied 141 sleep-related […]

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