Baby sleeping aids linked to infant deaths still on sale in Liverpool 48 hours after warning
A potentially deadly baby sleep aid was still on sale in Liverpool 48 hours after similar products were linked to up to 12 deaths.
On Wednesday America’s Food and Drug Administration urged parents to ditch all sleep positioners because they can cause newborns to suffocate.
Sleep aids come in all shapes and sizes and are used to keep babies under six months old in a specific position while asleep.
UK based retailers quickly said they were going to withdraw the positioners, sometimes called nests or anti-roll cushions, from sale.
But the ECHO can reveal that a similar product known as a baby... read more
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