WASHINGTON -- The Consumer Product Safety Commission issued a warning late Wednesday night concerning infant sleep positioners, saying that they may cause Sudden Infant Death Syndrome.
The CPSC and the Food and Drug Administration says parents should stop using them. The recall comes after 12 babies that suffocated because of the positioner.
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