Crescent Womb Product Review


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Crescent Womb

Babocush – Hall of Unsafe Sleep Shame

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Babocush

UNSAFE

RISK FACTORS:
→ Sleeping on tummy (prone)

→ Sleeping Surface is not flat

→ Does not follow American Academy of Pediatrics’ Guidelines for a sleeping environment that meets the safety standards of the Consumer Product Safety Commission (CPSC).

APNO SYSTEMS – Hall of Unsafe Sleep Shame!!

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Several images depicted in this product’s marketing materials do not meet the AAP recommended guidelines for infant sleep safety.

Update:  We are encouraged to see that the company has taken steps to eliminate statements about preventing SIDS and have removed photos depicting bed-sharing practices.  Kudos for that!  Now just a few more unsafe sleeping images to go!

Posted on www.apnosystems.com:
Apno SystemsUNSAFE
MAJOR RISK FACTORS:
→ Sleeping on side/tummy (prone)
→ Soft bedding, cluttered sleeping environment
Bed-sharing Images removed 
Product marketing claims to be able to prevent SIDS Marketing information updated

All risk factors listed above can be found in the American Academy of Pediatrics’ Guidelines for Infant Sleep Safety “SIDS and Other Sleep-Related Infant Deaths: Expansion of Recommendations for a Safe Infant Sleeping Environment”

 

Walmart Baby Registry – Unsafe Image!!

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UPDATED
Posted on www.Walmart.com:
Link to Original Page:  Walmart Baby Registry

RISK FACTORS:  Sleeping on tummy (prone), soft bedding, incline position, stuffed animal

Photo Credit: Walmart, Pampers

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 
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Hall of UNSAFE SLEEP Shame

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Posted on JCPenney website:  http://www.jcpportraits.com/gallery/baby?page=2JCPenney?page=2

UNSAFE

 


RISK FACTORS:  
Bed sharing, sleeping on tummy, loose bedding, soft surfaces.  (While this is a staged photo shoot, people may choose to replicate unsafe sleeping environments because they are cute.)

Why One Researcher Thinks Mothers And Infants Should Share Beds

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Posted on Huffington Post: 10/06/2015 08:26 AM EDT – www.huffingtonpost.com
Link to original article by  Healthy Living Editor

 

UNSAFE

 


RISK FACTORS:
  Bed sharing, sleeping on tummy, soft surface, pillows
(mother in photo is not sleeping, but message in article suggests it would be fine if she did.)
Photo Credit: Tetra Images via Getty Images

 

 

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