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Fisher-Price has recalled its Rock ‘n Play product after more than 30 children died, and it raises concerns about all restraint-based incline sleepers

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  • Mattel-owned Fisher-Price is recalling its Rock 'n Play Sleeper after the death of more than 30 infants has been linked to the products use.
  • The American Academy of Pediatrics has previously warned against inclined sleepers and sleepers that require securing restraints.
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Fisher-Price is recalling 5 million infant sleepers after the deaths of more than 30 babies were linked to their use.

The New York Times reported that in most cases, the babies suffocated after rolling over onto their stomach or side from their back.See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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