After questions about the correct way to take their baby's temperature and recognizing if they have a fever
, a very common question is about the right temperature to keep their home at to keep their baby
safe and comfortable.
Since getting overheated is a risk factor for SIDS and a baby that gets too cold will likely get fussy, have trouble sleeping, and may have other medical problems, thinking about your home's temperature for your baby is important.
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