Report Sheds Light on Infant Suffocation

Margaret D'Arrigo-Martin knows firsthand the pain of losing an infant. In 2003, her baby Alexis Claire was a very healthy 6½-week-old. D'Arrigo-Martin said she would often nurse Alexis and place her in a crib next to her own bed. On the night Alexis died, however, the infant was more fussy than usual, and D'Arrigo-Martin placed her next to her in the bed in order to comfort her. When she awoke two hours later, she was horrified to find her baby not breathing. "If I knew I was putting...Full Story
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