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[访谈录] 2016-11-08&11-10 研究:父母与孩子最好分房睡

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[Homework]2016-11-08&11-10 研究:父母与孩子最好分房睡

We want to get to that big parenting alert--new recommendations for keeping babies safe while they sleep. Here is a look at the new guidelines. Oh you know putting babies asleep can be tough. But don't take short-cuts. There are new recommendations to make sure they are safer while they snooze. The American Academy of Pediatric's releasing new safe-to-sleep guidelines on Monday , to help prevent many of the 3,500 sudden unexplained infant death, including from Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, SIDS, that happens every year in the US. The Academy now recommending that babies should sleep in the same room as their parents for the first year, lowering the risks of SIDS by up to 50%--staying in the same room, but not the same bed. More new advice? Skin-to-skin contact for the first hour of life reduces the risk of death, and so does breastfeeding. And of course, babies should be put to sleep on their backs.And our chief health and medical doctor XX is gonna join us now. Same room, not same bed--that's the key.
That's right. These recommendations have been a long time coming for a while since they have come out with that, but SIDS, it's rare but it's the leading cause of the death in the first year of life, and there is no movement in about 20 years. And so the big massage from it is in the same room but not in the same bed. In the same bed there is a worry about smothering. You also don't want to feed your baby or fall asleep on a couch or an armchair. Breastfed babies have the risks of those who aren't, and a pacifier can even reduce the risk.
A pacifier?
Yeah
How so?
They think it may just keep the baby a little bit more alert, before (???) you want to put it back, but that's interesting.
All right. So you're gonna give us an example here, because somebody tells you see things want to be beautiful and comfy, but what's safe?
So you look at all these and you think. Oh my, it's so cozy and comfortable. It's exactly the wrong way to go. So let's make it safe. You wanna get rid of the blankets--those go in the basket. Get rid of the pillow. Get rid of these nice lovely stuffed animals. You wanna have a nice fur mattress, a tight-feeding sheet, and put the baby down on her back to sleep, and that's the safe way to go.
OK. No blanket. But it's cold. You know people want to put something on the baby. What do you suggest?
OK. A couple of things. Firstly, make the house comfortable so that you are comfortable wearing just a light outfit. And then you can put your baby down in one more layer than you would wear, so you can have one zip, and then a zip-up. But no blankets. Because the blankets can entangle and can occasionally smother.
OK. So it's just the layer like we do?
Exactly.
Just like us.
I know it may not be the way you would like to sleep, but that's the safest way for your baby to sleep.
And that is what's the most important.
Exactly
Thank you very much.

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New recommendation for keeping baby safe while they’re asleep. Here is a look at new guidelines.

You know putting baby asleep can be tough. But don’t take shortcuts, there are new recommendations so as to make sure they are safer while they snooze. The America Academy of pediatrics released a new safe-sleeping guidelines on Monday, to help prevent many of the thirty-five thousand sudden unexplained infant snooze, including from sudden infant death syndromes that happened very year in the US. The academy now is recommending that babies should stay in the same room as their parents for the first year, lowering the risks of death by 50%. Staying in the same room, but not the same bed. More advice, skin to skin contact for the first hour of life reduces the risk of death, and so does breastfeeding. And ofcourse babies should be put to sleep on their backs.

And our chief .., Dr. … joined us now. Same room but not same bed, that’s key. That’s right, these recommendations have been long-term coming, they’ve been come for a while, it’s rare but it’s leading cause of death in the first year of life and there has been no movement in about twenty years. So the big message is in the same room but not the same bed. In the same bed there is worry about smother, also you don’t want to feed your baby while fall asleep on a couch or your armchair, breast-feed babies have the risks than those who aren’t, and a pacifier can reduce the risks.

A pacifier? How so?

Yeah, they think it maybe keep the baby a little bit more alert, if it falls out you don’t have to put it back. That’s interesting.

Alright, so we’ve got an example here. Someone thinks it should be seem beautiful and comfortable, but what’s safe?

So you look at these and you say oh my, it’s so cozy and comfortable, it’s exactly the wrong way to go. So let’s make it safe. You want to get rid of the blankets, ok, those going to the basket. Get rid of the pillow, get rid of these nice lovely staffed animals. You want have a nice firm mattress, a tight feeding sheet, and put the baby down to sleep, and that is the safe way to go.

Ok, no blanket, but it’s cold. You know people want to put something on the baby, what do you suggest?

Ok, so a couple of things. First make the house comfortable so you are comfortable wearing just a light outfit. And you can put baby down on one more layer than you would wear. So you can have a one Z or a zip-up. Ok, but no blanket because the blanket can entangle and occasionally smother.

So just a layer like we do.

Exactly, you know it may not like the way you like to sleep, but it’s the safest way for your baby to sleep.

And that’s what is most important. Exactly.
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