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Study finds two-thirds of moms aren’t following steps to prevent infant deaths

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(NEW YORK) — Most new parents have, at one point or another, heard about safe sleep practices to help reduce the chance of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).

But a new study, published in the journal Pediatrics, finds that up to two-thirds of moms aren’t following these steps to prevent infant deaths.

ABC News’ Chief Medical Correspondent Jennifer Ashton appears on Good Morning America Monday to discuss the study and ways to protect against SIDS:

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