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We’ve received a tragic sixth report of a baby dying in a Nap Nanny infant recliner.

Our Safe to Sleep experts urge all parents and caregivers who own a Nap Nanny or Nap Nanny Chill recliner to stop using it immediately.  We do not want any other family to suffer the loss of their child or experience serious injury to their child.

Help us save other babies—spread the word.

Since 2010, safety problems with the Nap Nanny have been explained in recalls, a safety (…)

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[post_thumbnail]This isn’t just any 5K. It’s a 5K for Safe Sleep. And it’s something you can replicate in your own community.

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Did you know that after pools, more children younger than 5 years old drown in bathtubs than in any other product in and around your home? Most bathtub drowning and near-drowning incidents are to children under the age of 2.

From 2004-2006, nearly 100 children younger than 5 years of age drowned each year in bathtubs, baby bath seats or bathinettes, buckets and pails and in landscaping or yard products. Sixty-three percent of those drowning were in bathtubs; 12 percent were in baby bath seats (…)

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Note: This OnSafety blog post has been updated.
 Nap Nanny® is a baby recliner that’s been sold since January 2009. The product is used to hold babies while they are resting, eating and sleeping. Today, Baby Matters, the company that makes Nap Nanny, is recalling the product, giving a voucher for one model and issuing warnings on another.

CPSC is investigating a report of a 4-month-old girl from Royal Oak, Mich., who died in a Nap Nanny that was being used in a crib. According to preliminary (…)

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