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Don’t be silent about protecting sleeping infants from harm

  • COURTESY PIXABAY

    “We believe we can keep our keiki safe when they sleep no matter who is caring for them. Let’s have a collective conversation about how we put babies to sleep and not let a single child be silenced by our own silence,” write Pankaj Bhanot, director of the state Department of Human Services, and Dr. Virginia Pressler, director of the state Department of Health.

The death of a newborn or infant is always a heartbreaking tragedy, especially as we search for reasons why or things we could have done differently. Read more

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