The Baltimore City Health Department reports a decrease in the number of sleep-related infant deaths since its 2010 educational campaign, according to The Baltimore Sun.

“Education is the key to changing behavior to prevent these tragic deaths,” said Dr. Leana Wen, city health commissioner, in a statement. “That means everyone needs to know the ABCs of Safe Sleep — that babies should be put to sleep alone, on their backs and in cribs, without exposure to secondhand smoke. No exceptions.”

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