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A Link Between Staphylococcus Infection And SIDS
Medical News Today Article Date: 12 Sep 2008 -0:00 PDT

A new study published in the Archives of Disease in Childhood suggests that Staphylococcus aureus and other bacterial infections may have been overlooked as possible causes of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
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Sudden Infant Death Syndrome and the time of death: factors associated with night-time and day-time deaths. - by PS Blair, M Ward Platt, IJ Smith, PJ Fleming and the CESDI SUDI Research Group International Journal of Epidemiology

The majority of SIDS deaths (83%) occurred during night-time sleep, often after midnight, and at least four SIDS deaths occurred during every hour of the day. The risk of placing infants asleep on their side was more marked for day-time; the risk associated with paternal smoking was more marked for night-time deaths; significantly more unobserved SIDS infants were found with bedclothes over the head.
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