How you can halve the risk of stillbirth in the last trimester

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Red Nose Australia are well known for their work preventing sudden unexplained death in infancy (SUDI), but having successfully reduced the rates of SUDI they are turning their attention to the prevention of stillbirths.

Recent international research that was co-funded by Red Nose Australia has found that sleeping on your side in the last trimester has a huge impact on the risk of stillbirth.

Jane Wiggill, Chief Midwife at Red Nose Australia, explains why this finding is so important.

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