How smoking and bed-sharing increases risk factors for SUDI
New health targets focused on healthy mums and babies
Government support sleeping pods for low income families.
By reducing smoking rates and bed-sharing with newborn babies, the Government says it can drastically reduce the number of sudden infant deaths in less than a decade.
Health Minister Jonathan Coleman has announced a new goal to reduce the number of babies who die each year due to Sudden Unexpected Death in Infancy (SUDI), by 86 per cent within eight years.