Car seat warning for long journeys
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Car seat warning for infants on long journeys

New research warns that infants under four weeks shouldn't travel in car seats for more than 30 minutes.

It follows a study at Swindon's Great Western Hospital which reveals that putting babies in an upright position might cause breathing difficulties.

Professor Peter Fleming says newborn babies could be at risk of suffocating when taken on long car journeys. Matthew Hill reports.

  • 11 Nov 2016
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