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|Video: Kids of different ages playing at a playground.
Title Text: "Safe Sleep for Your Baby"
[SOUND: KIDS LAUGHING AND YELLING]
|Video: Woman talking to a group of adult parents in a playground setting||Woman: SIDS affects infants less than a year old, with ages up to four months being particularly vulnerable. If the baby is sleeping in the bed with someone else, it increases the risk for SIDS or accidental suffocation.|
|Video: Woman laying baby down in bassinet in a bedroom setting and then lying down in a bed next to the bassinet.
Text: "Keep sleep area separate"
|Woman: Now, they can sleep in the same room with someone else beside the bed, just not in the bed. Nothing else in the sleep area.|
|Video: Woman removing play items and soft objects from crib
Text: "Nothing in the crib"
|Woman: Remove all play items and soft objects from the crib at sleep time, and that includes bumper pads.|
|Video: Baby is placed in a bare crib
Text: "Firm crib mattress"
|Woman: Place baby on a firm safety approved crib mattress, . . .|
|Video: Baby dressed in pajamas is placed in a bassinet
Text: "Don't overdress baby"
|Woman: . . . avoid overdressing your baby . . .|
|Video: Man adjusting thermostat
Text: "Don't set temperature too high"
|Woman: . . . or setting the thermostat too high, . . .|
|Video: Woman laying baby down on its back
Text: "ALWAYS place baby on back"
|Woman: . . . and when it comes to sleeping–always, always, always, place baby on his or her back.|
|Video: Woman talking to a group of adult parents in a playground setting||Woman: And get some rest cause you're gonna to need it!
[SOUND: ADULTS LAUGHING AND CLAPPING]
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