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         Sids:     more books (105)
  1. The Faults of the Owens Valley by Sid Gardner, 2009-12-10
  2. The Luciano Story by Sid Feder, Joachim Joesten, 1994-08-22
  3. McBroom's Zoo by Sid Fleischman, 1982-04
  4. Techniques of Interior Design Rendering and Presentation by Sid Delmar Leach, 1983-02
  5. Vlad the Impaler by Sid Jacobson, 2009-10-15
  6. Sunbathing in the Ukraine by Sid Miller, 2007
  7. A Survival Guide for Buying a Home by Sid Davis, 2009-06-03

141. Interview With TJ Sprott About SIDS Prevention 11/26/00
Continuing in the recent coverage of the possible causes of Sudden Infant DeathSyndrome (sids), this week we have some interesting comments from TJ Sprott,

142. PJ's Hompage
The story of a life cut short by sids.
For The Love of PJ
We Love You
Peter James-Alan Buth
July 23, 1995 - Oct. 3, 1995
We were blessed on Sunday, July the 23rd at 8:14 P.M. With the arrival of our third child, weighing in at 8lbs, 3oz. and 20 inches long. He came into this world three weeks ahead of schedule. He was given a clean bill of health, a fine healthy baby boy. The apple of his parents eyes.
Yes we thought we were a complete family. With two healthy girls and now a little boy. Our dreams were all finally coming true,
so we thought. We named this little
boy after his daddy, James Alan and his grandpa Pete. Our little boy was given the name of Peter James-Alan Buth. With the nickname of PJ.
We all adjusted to the routine of having a new baby in the house. It wasn't easy to do with a very active two year old running around, but somehow we managed. Before we knew it our little boy was 6 weeks old, and it was getting time for mommy to return to work. Sunday the 3rd of September we held PJ's dedication. My last weekend with my son before I had to return back to work. I loved the time off, but I knew there was no way we could pay our bills unless I returned to work. One of the good things about returning to work, was that my husband and I work different shifts so we shared the child care needs. We didn't have to worry about child care expenses. Everything seemed to be adjusting to fit with everyone's schedule. I went to work during the day and came home to my children at night.

143. Risk Of SIDS 3 Times Greater In Child-Care Settings 8/13/00
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144. God's Tiny Angels Support Group
A nonprofit Christian organization dedicated to providing support to families who have experienced the loss of a child through miscarriage, stillbirth, sids, ectopic or molar pregnancy, and infant death.
God's Tiny Angels Support Group "Sharing, Healing, Helping"
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145. SIDS Families
The sids Families webring links together all of our memorial pages in memory This site is a memorial to my son who died from sids at 4 weeks and 5 days.

146. SIDS Of Pennsylvania - Supporting Infant Death Survivors
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome sids resources focusing on support, education, and research.
" " the belief that every child should live"
About Us
Our mission and accomplishments Donate Your help and support are needed Support A caring friend is always available Cribs for Kids Safe sleep for babies - How to apply Education For first responders and professionals Buckle 'em Up Kids car seat campaign - How to apply Research What's new? Research updates Fundraising and Events Runners, golfers, entertainment books . . Memorials In our hearts - poems, prose, pictures Search SIDS of PA Site Locate material on this website SIDS Links Other worldwide related websites Site Map A simple layout of this website nd Annual UPMC “SCRUBS” Star Happy Hour Party Friday, October 14, 2005 Purchase tickets online! Click for more info S.I.D.S.

147. Sids
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148. The Sleeping Angels Fund
A program of The Bucks County sids Alliance helping to provide familes touched by infant death with grave markers/monuments.


... Donations Thank you for visiting the Sleeping Angels Fund. We are a program helping to provide familes touched by infant death with grave markers/monuments.
Many families do not have adequate life insurance to cover such cost and need help in their time of grief. Grave markers can range from $350 to $3,000 depending on size, shape, color, and inscription. The Sleeping Angels Fund believes that every child deserves and needs to be remembered so we will do what we can to help memorialize these precious Angels.
If you would like to help us help these families please make a donation. All donations are tax dedutable and will help us with our cause.
We also hold fundraisers throughtout the year and if a monetary donation is not possible any kind of gift for us to raffle during a fundraiser would be greatly appreciated as well. For more information on donations please follow the donation link for instructions. Web hosting and support provided by Karl Martino To contact The Sleeping Angels please e-mail:

149. The Page Cannot Be Found
Information on the sids/OID Information and Counseling Program, part of theGeorgia Division of Public Health.
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150. On Munchausen's Syndrome By Proxy (MSP)
Two physicians from the sids Network present descriptions of this disorder.
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Munchausen's Syndrome by Proxy (MSP)
Munchausen's Syndrome refers to a psychiatric disorder where patients pretend to have illnesses, and therefore are subjected to many medical tests and surgical procedures. Of course, these would never have been performed if the patient had not tried to fabricate them. However, the most notorious patients have often had dozens of surgical procedures for factitious (false) symptoms. Thus, this is a form of self-mutilation. Munchausen's Syndrome by Proxy (MSP) is a parenting disorder where parents, usually the mother, fabricate symptoms in their children, thus subjecting the child to unnecessary medical tests and/or surgical procedures. In some cases, the parents also inflict injury and can kill their children in the process. MSP is not rare in Apnea Programs. Apnea is the perfect disorder for MSP, because infants appear normal between episodes. Therefore, a parent can bring her baby to a medical facility, fabricate a history of an apparent life threatening event, and the baby will be admitted, many tests performed, sometimes even surgery (such as tracheostomomies) are performed. MSP parents can be quite good at this, often switching from doctor to doctor so that it is difficult for one individual to put it all together. There have been documented cases of MSP in apnea clinics. However, these are much rare than "true" infant apnea.

151. EMJA Mitchell, SIDS Facts And Controversies
The fall in sids mortality can be attributed almost entirely to a change in The increased risk of sids with tobacco smoke is probably predominantly due

152. SIDS Information Center
Information on sids research, grieving, memories.
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154. Total Kaos
Offers downloads of MODs, sids and FCs.

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155. Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) Fact Sheet
Wa. State, Dept. of HealthSudden Infant Death Syndrome (sids)

156. SIDS Network Of Kansas
A nonprofit statewide support organization to help those affected by the sudden death of an infant. Advice, support meetings, information about sids, and links.
The SIDS Network Of Kansas, Inc.
~Welcome To The Kansas SIDS Network Website~
A Non-Profit Organization working with anyone affected by SIDS.
The mission of the SIDS Network Of Kansas is to serve those who are or may be touched by the tragedy of SIDS by providing supportive services for all those affected, community awareness, professional development and support for medical research efforts.
~October IS SIDS Awareness Month~
Thank You to Via Christi Regional Medical Center for the donation of office space to The SIDS Network Of Kansas, Inc.
The SIDS Network Of Kansas is proud to be affiliated with the CJ Foundation for SIDS.

Haley's 5th Annual
"SIDS Scramble"
Monday, October 3rd, 2005
Click HERE for more information. For Assistance Or Information Contact Us At: SIDS Network Of Kansas 1148 S. Hillside, Wichita, KS 67211 Phone: 316-682-1301 Toll Free: 1-866-399-7437 E-mail address: View My Guestbook Sign My Guestbook KANSAS ANGEL BABIES Page 1 Page 2 Page 3 Page 4 ... Page 5 More children die of SIDS in a year than all children who die of cancer, heart disease, pheumonia, child abuse, AIDS, and cystic fibrosis, and muscular dystrophy COMBINED!

157. Boston Child Health Special Services
Make checks payable to sids Outreach Foundation The sids Center Outreach Foundationis a tax exempt charitable organization. Mail to

158. Baby Bunny Memorial Site
Offers free private memorials for women who have lost their baby to miscarriage, stillbirth, sids, ectopic pregnancy, and abortion. Also includes medical information.
BabyBunny remembers those unborn
babies lost due to miscarriage,
abortion, stillbirth, and other loss. Baby Bunny, after 10 years, has closed.
I am hoping in the future, Baby Bunny can
re-open. Memorials already placed
are available to view at right.
The Remembrance service will continue
for those who already signed up. Listen to Divine Mercy music and
one woman's story of loss and hope...
Boycott: March of Dimes is not pro-life! Memorial Messages July 2004
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October 2004
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159. KidSource Error
Since sids Only Occurs During Sleep, If I Had Awakened My Baby, Would He Have Died? Over the years I have worked with sids, literally hundreds of such

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160. Definition, Description, And Prevention Of SIDS Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Safe bedding recommendations for sids prevention by the U.S. Consumer Product Safety Commission, the American Academy of Pediatrics, and the National Institute of Child Health and Human Development
What is SIDS?
SIDS, or Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, is defined as the sudden, unexpected and unexplained death of any infant or young child. When surveyed about what they would have appreciated in those chilling moments after the death, SIDS parents responded with several concrete requests they were often too stunned to make at the time (Journal of Emergency Medicine, Sep 1997):
To hold their baby one last time
To have the clothing returned to them
To have a print or mold of their baby's hand
To have a lock of hair.
These poignant requests underline the tragedy of SIDS, the most common cause of infant death in developed countries. SIDS accounts for about half of the deaths that occur between one month and one year of age.
Can SIDS be prevented?
There are already several important preventive measures available. Events that occur even before the baby is born affect the risk of SIDS. Anything that causes less oxygen to get to the baby in the uterus will increase his or her risk. On average, smoking during pregnancy as well as using drugs of abuse such as cocaine or heroine. The media often focus on "crack babies," but tobacco use continues in approximately 25% of all pregnancies in the United States (J Pharmacol Exp Ther, Jun 1998). Nicotine exposure is responsible for many more SIDS deaths than any other drug of abuse, including cocaine. Stopping smoking during pregnancy is the most immediate step we can take to save infants' lives.

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