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References and Community Resources

'''Cited Studies''' # Stanford Center on Poverty and Inequality. State of the Union: The Poverty and Inequality Report, Special Issue. Pathways Magazine, 2017. [] # Ostfeld BM, Hegyi T. Public health indicators of safe infant sleep do not correlate with rate of SUID. Pediatric Academic Societies-Society for Pediatric Research. May 9, 2017, San Diego, CA. # Ostfeld BM, Esposito L, Perl H, Hegyi T. Concurrent risks in Sudden Infant Death Syndrome. Pediatrics 2010;125:447-53. # Colson ER, Geller NL, Heeren T, Corwin MJ. Factors Associated With Choice of Infant Sleep Position. Pediatrics 2017;140:e20170596. # Ostfeld BM, Gaur S. Hegyi T. Safe Infant Sleep and Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths in New Jersey Asian Indians. NJ Pediatrics. Summer 2018. # Ostfeld BM, Schwartz-Soicher O, Reichman NE, Teitler JO, Hegyi T. Prematurity and Sudden Unexpected Infant Deaths in the United States. Pediatrics 2017;140:e20163334. [[br]] '''Community Resources'''[[br]] American Academy of Pediatrics: [] Consumer Product Safety Commission Crib Information Center: [] National Institutes of Health "Safe to Sleep" public health education campaign: [] SIDS Center of New Jersey: []

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