#sleeponside campaign – likes and gripes

An excellent take on the ‘newest’ stillbirth research from Christine at chickydoodles. 

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Tommy’s, a charity focused on reducing the worldwide stillbirth rate, just released its new #sleeponside campaign, which aims to inform expectant mothers worldwide that sleeping on your left side during your third-trimester of pregnancy is ideal, while sleeping on your back might significantly increase your stillbirth risk, and I have some opinions on this.

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