Foundation For The Study Of Infant Deaths (FSID)
Cot death, crib-death, SIDS  Charity Hoaxes


[Here is their cot-death warnings 1, which says it all about this outfit.  No mention of the main cause: Vaccines, or proven prevention: Vitamin C.] Anne Diamond went all the way to New Zealand to come back with the baby on back idea, completely missing Australia where Archie Kalokerinos M.D. had the Vitamin C cure, decades old by that time.]

Cot death warnings from Foundation For The Study Of Infant Deaths (FSID):

• Place your baby on the back to sleep (and not on the front or side)

• Cut smoking in pregnancy — dads too! And don’t let anyone smoke in the same room as your baby

• The safest place for your baby to sleep is in a crib or cot in a room with you for the first six months

• Do not let your baby get too hot, and keep your baby’s head uncovered

• Never sleep with your baby on a sofa or armchair

It’s dangerous for your baby to sleep in your bed if you (or your partner):

• are a smoker (even if you never smoke in bed or at home)

• have been drinking alcohol

• take medication or drugs that make you drowsy

• feel very tired

• if your baby was premature (born before 37 weeks)

• if your baby was low birth weight (less than 2.5kg or 51/2lb)

• if your baby is less than four-months-old.