Natalie Fleming, MD
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Nearly every child will get an RSV – or respiratory syncytial virus – infection by age 2, and it usually causes a mild illness similar to a cold. But it can pose significant health threats in some cases.
In an effort see a further decline in SIDS cases and all sleep-related infant deaths, the American Academy of Pediatrics has a list of safe sleep recommendations. Read about them here.