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What Your Baby Sees
Lee Memorial Health System
For all the oogling parents do, their babies aren't seeing much of it. A newborn's vision is approximately 20/400, the equivalent of seeing only the big letter 'E' on an eye chart.



Keeping Babies Healthy
Lee Memorial Health System
New studies show when babies are transitioning from milk to food, it’s important they pick up the food and feed themselves.

Safe Sleep for Babies
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
3,500 sleep-related deaths among US babies occur each year.

Safe Sleep for Infants
Centers for Disease Control (CDC)
Each year about 3,500 babies in the United States die suddenly and unexpectedly before they reach their first birthday due to sleep-related deaths.

Preventing Sudden Infant Death Syndrome
Lee Memorial Health System
But in many cases, SIDS can be prevented. “There are numerous risk factors that we’ve identified. There are things that we have implemented to help improve and reduce the number of SIDS cases,” he said.