Because tptb do not have the guts or will or honesty to face up to that fact that 'sids' has been long been used as a blanket term for every unexplained and in many cases, perfectly well explained infant death that happens when the
I think the reason I am suddenly so afraid of SIDS is that up till now I thought that it was some extremely rare thing... so rare it wasn't worth worrying about. Now I know it's the leading cause of infant mortality. So rare + leading cause= my brain swimming... for some reason I can't get around the fact that it's both? And I also can't compute the fact that it's supposedly not preventable YET they make suggestions TO prevent it. Can anyone shed some light on this for me?