Tummy time

Tummy time is an American colloquialism used to encourage parents to ensure that their infant children spend time in the Prone position while awake and supervised. In 1992, the American Academy of Pediatrics recommended babies sleep on their backs to prevent Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS). Although the rate of SIDS decreased by 50% since the ...
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Tummy Time

The practice of placing a baby on their stomach to play. Because of the raised SIDS awareness, babies are now being placed to sleep on their back. It is important that babies get adequate amounts of tummy time to increase strength, that will be necessary for physical development. Babies can be placed on their stomachs at any time of day, as long......
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