New Regulations for Baby Sleep ProductsBy Radiant Health
Published: June 19, 2022
The Consumer Product Safety Commission has a new safety regulation for baby sleep products. Any product that is advertised as a sleep space will need to have an angle of 10 degrees or less. The new recommendation comes after 13 infants died after falling asleep in Fisher-Price baby rockers. The CPSC reminds parents and all caregivers that rockers, gliders, and swings are not safe places for infants to sleep. Babies should always be supervised while they are using these products.
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