Normaly for solid figures u would need to wait 1 year or so.. the
charities are he best sources for this info
2006 Baby Safety Week Fact seet from the NHS
* Seven babies still die every week as cot deaths in the UK.
* In 2000, 88 per cent of all sudden infant deaths in England and
Wales occurred among babies under six months of age.
* Cot death is the leading kind of death in babies over one month old
- more deaths than from meningitis, leukaemia, other forms of cancer,
household and road traffic accidents.
* From 1996 to 2000, 60 per cent of sudden infant deaths in England
and Wales occurred among boys, while boys comprised 51 per cent of all
The Foundation for the Study of Infant Deaths (FSID) is a national cot
death charity working to prevent infant deaths and promote baby
health. It funds research, provides support to bereaved families and
promotes information on how to reduce the risk of cot death to health
professionals and the public.
For further information please contact your local KRIS base or visit
http://www.sids.org.uk/fsid/awareness.htm or call 0870 787 0554