Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Newborn Julian Reed, of Danville, is seen in a blanket-like sleep sack at Provena United Samaritans Medical Center in Danville, Ill. The hospital has gotten rid of baby blankets for newborns and is now using only sleep sacks as a safety measure to help reduce the chance of sudden infant deat…
DANVILLE, Ill. | Soft blankets might sound nice to keep newborn babies warm and cozy, but hospitals say baby blankets have to go for safety's sake.
HEBRON | The "help wanted" sign is out at the Hebron Volunteer Fire Department.
Hospitals are in the business of providing health care services to patients. Such health care services should be delivered in a safe and secure environment for the patients.
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