SIDS Awareness: How You Can Get Involved

The chance to make a difference and potentially save the life of a baby is probably closer to you than you think. Simply communicating important information to others is a quick and effective way to raise awareness about infant sleep safety. Telling others about the ABCs of Safe Sleep and the dangers of SIDS, is[…]

Breastfeeding: One Way to Lower Your Baby’s Risk for SIDS

There is no replacement for breastmilk or the benefits it provides for both you and your baby. It nourishes your baby with everything he or she needs. Breast milk has many advantages over formula. For example, it’s made to meet the specific needs of your baby, and it changes as your baby grows to offer[…]

Finn Klingel’s Story

Julie: Finn is technically my great nephew — and he was great.I went to Charleston to visit when he was a month old and I got to spend like a week with him, when he was tiny. He was not a good sleeper. He had colic, and from about 5 o’clock in the evening all[…]

SIDS and SUID – Safe Sleep Risks

Sudden Unexpected Infant Death (SUID), means that a baby has died suddenly and unexpectedly before his/her first birthday, and whose cause of death is not immediately obvious before a thorough investigation. Of the Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths in Kentucky, more than 8 out of 10 have documentation of at least 1 known hazard in the[…]