Cot death warning: doctor gives his tips to parents
21 May 2013 Last updated at 14:51 BST
Dr Ranj Singh gives his advice, as a report warns sleeping with your baby increases the risk of cot death.
Researchers studied 1,500 cases, and say the link remains even if parents avoid drinking, smoking or taking drugs.
The government is now reviewing its official advice on this.
At the moment it says parents should decide where their baby sleeps, but the safest option is in a crib or cot in the same room.
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