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NEWS Cot death: A fan dramatically reduces the risk

December 11th 2008

A simple fan in a baby's bedroom may reduce the risk of cot death, or SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome), a new study has found

FEATURE Cot death

July 2005 (Vol. 16 Issue 4)

Cot deaths could be due to geopathic stress (GS), says Joseph Hattersley, a medical researcher and WDDTY contributor

FEATURE Bse: how the research began

June 1999 (Vol. 10 Issue 3)

In response to Mark Purdey (Letters, WDDTY, vol 9, no 12), we've never read any research by him

FEATURE Shorts

December 1998 (Vol. 9 Issue 9) /

* Children living in hard water areas are more likely to develop eczema, say researchers, who monitored groups of primary school children in Nottinghamshire

NEWS Cot death: is darkness a factor?

November 1st 1996

Could the lack of light, particularly during the winter months, be a contributory factor to cot death?

FEATURE Put babies back with parents

April 1996 (Vol. 7 Issue 1)

In a medical volte face, pediatricians in New Zealand are now saying that you can reduce the risk of your child dying from cot death or sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) if he sleeps in the same room as you

FEATURE Short takes

January 1996 (Vol. 6 Issue 10) /

* Surgeons have been warned about a new operation for removing cataracts

NEWS Heavy smoking link to cot deaths

May 1st 1995

Smoking by the mother during and after pregnancy increases the risk of cot death or sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS)

NEWS Cot death: 'back to sleep' works

February 1st 1995

Scientists continue to argue over the cause of cot death, or sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS), but one thing's clear the "back to sleep" campaign is really working

NEWS Sids and co-factors

October 1st 1993

Sleeping position alone may not be a major factor in cot death, or sudden infant death syndrome

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