BALTIMORE (AP) — Baltimore health officials are responding to a suspected increase in sleep-related infant deaths.Baltimore City Health Commissioner Leana Wen will join city health officials on Wednesday to talk about the problem.

They say sleep-related infant deaths are the second-leading cause of infant mortality in the city. It’s second to complications related to preterm birth and low birth weight.

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