Many Kansas families may not be following safe sleep practices meant to cut down the risk that infants could die in their sleep.
The first survey of its kind in the state found four in five new mothers said their babies sleep primarily on their backs.
Rachel Sisson, the director of the Bureau of Family Health at the Kansas Department of Health and Environment, wants to make it five out of five.
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