Amanda Weimer places her son J.T. on his back at nap time Wednesday.  Putting an infant on its back in a crib is one way to reduce the chance of sudden infant death syndrome.
Amanda Weimer places her son J.T. on his back at nap time Wednesday. Putting an infant on its back in a crib is one way to reduce the chance of sudden infant death syndrome. Modesto Bee
Amanda Weimer places her son J.T. on his back at nap time Wednesday. Putting an infant on its back in a crib is one way to reduce the chance of sudden infant death syndrome. Modesto Bee

Stanislaus officials urge safe habits for sleeping babies in wake of deaths

April 10, 2008 03:20 AM