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  • If you think sleeping with your baby is safe, watch the video at www.michigan.gov/safesleep to learn why bringing your baby to bed with you is dangerous.  The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends sharing a room with your baby, not your bed. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSup14CExUQ
  • Getting ready for a new baby?  Learn about #SafeSleep for your baby from National Champion boxer and Detroit native LaTonya King at www.michigan.gov/safesleep. www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tpSw8nxK9I
  • Detroit native and National Champion boxer, LaTonya King, knows a thing or two about fighting. But her infant son should not have to fight for his life. Join her, be your baby’s champion. Learn the rules of #SafeSleep at www.michigan.gov/safesleep. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tpSw8nxK9I
  • Think about how much you move when you sleep at night... do you think that's a safe place for your baby to sleep too? The safest place for your baby is in his or her crib. Learn the rules of #SafeSleep at www.michigan.gov/safesleephttp://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VSup14CExUQ
  • Each year in Michigan, nearly 150 infants die as a result of unsafe sleep environments. These deaths are largely preventable. Learn the rules of #SafeSleep at www.michigan.gov/safesleep.
  • From sleeping with parents and siblings, to cribs filled with blankets and toys, babies are put at risk of suffocation when their sleep area is not appropriate for a baby. Babies are most safe when they are placed on their backs in a crib of their own, without any items such as pillows, blankets and toys. Learn more about #SafeSleep at www.michigan.gov/safesleep.
  • Parents and caregivers can reduce unsafe sleep infant deaths in Michigan. Find out how to create a #SafeSleep environment at www.michigan.gov/safesleep or visit http://1.usa.gov/1CSfmHi to tour a virtual room.
  • There are many things parents and caregivers can do to help baby sleep safely. How many can you name? View the complete list of #SafeSleep recommendations , visit the Safe Sleep website at www.michigan.gov/safesleep.
  • You can reduce your baby's risk of suffocation by practicing #SafeSleep: place on back in own sleep area, on a firm surface, with no bumpers, pillows, stuffed animals or loose bedding. www.michigan.gov/safesleep
  • From sleeping with parents and siblings, to cribs filled with blankets and toys, infants are put at risk of suffocation when their sleep area is not appropriate for a baby. Babies are most safe when they are placed on their backs in a crib of their own, without any items such as pillows, blankets and toys. Take the risk out of your baby’s sleep environment www.michigan.gov/safesleep.  #SafeSleep
  • Getting ready for a new baby? Learn the safest way for your baby to sleep from national champion boxer and Detroit native LaTonya King. #SafeSleep https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=3tpSw8nxK9I
  • Think about how much you move when you sleep at night... do you think that's a safe place for your baby to sleep too? Save your baby’s life by creating a #SafeSleep environment. www.michigan.gov/safesleep
  • Get involved in #SafeSleep! Order brochures and posters for your patients and community here:  www.healthymichigan.com.
  • A picture is worth a thousand words…here’s a photo op that could save a life. Help reduce unsafe sleep deaths by using these free #SafeSleep images on social media. http://bit.ly/1V2sTKW

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  • Think sleeping with your baby is safe?  Visit michigan.gov/safesleep to learn about #SafeSleep and why the safest place for your baby is a crib.
  • Detroit native and champion boxer LaTonya King fights for her baby.  You can too, be a #SafeSleep champion for yours!  www.michigan.gov/safesleep
  • Think about how much you move at night... do you think that's a safe place for your baby to sleep too? Practice #SafeSleep! www.michigan.gov/safesleep 
  • Each year in Michigan, nearly 150 infants die as a result of unsafe sleep. These deaths are largely preventable – practice #SafeSleep: www.michigan.gov/safesleep
  • Babies are most safe when placed on their backs in a crib, without any items such as pillows, blankets or toys – practice #SafeSleep: www.michigan.gov/safesleep
  • You can reduce your baby's risk of #suffocation. Learn how:  www.michigan.gov/safesleep
  • Prevent #suffocation, practice #SafeSleep: baby on back in own sleep area, on firm surface, w/no bumpers, loose bedding www.michigan.gov/safesleep 
  • #SafeSleep starts w/placing your baby on his or her back for all sleep times. www.michigan.gov/safesleep 
  • What does a #SafeSleep environment look like? Explore our virtual room to find out: http://1.usa.gov/1CSfmHi
  • Get involved in #SafeSleep! Order brochures and posters for your patients and community here: michigan.gov/safesleep
  • Show, don't tell. Help reduce unsafe sleep deaths by using these free #SafeSleep images in your posts. http://bit.ly/1V2sTKW 
  • Here's a photo op that could save a life—reduce unsafe sleep deaths by using #SafeSleep photos on social media. http://bit.ly/1V2sTKW