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Infant Head Bed Celebrates Launch of New Web Site and Packaging by Offering 20 Percent Discount on Plagiocephaly Prevention Pillow
Date:3/29/2010

FDA-approved newborn pillow created by a craniofacial plastic surgeon aids in the prevention of an abnormal shape of the head sometimes known as baby flat head syndrome

Salt Lake City, UT (Vocus) March 29, 2010 -- Infant Head Bed, makers of the Infant Head Bed Plagiocephaly Prevention Pillow, today announced it is offering a special $5 discount off the price of its popular newborn pillow during the month of April to celebrate the launch of a new Web site and updated retail packaging. The Infant Head Bed pillow aids in the prevention of Plagiocephaly often referred to as baby flat head syndrome.

The Infant Head Bed pillow is the brainchild of Dr. Steven H. Warnock, a board certified craniofacial plastic surgeon, who saw first hand the effects of advanced Plagiocephaly and recognized the need for an inexpensive and easy-to-use newborn pillow that could be used by parents as a potential preventive measure for newborn and infants up to 5 months old.

“Due to the risks of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) and pediatric acid reflux, physicians now recommend parents place their newborn on his or her back to sleep,” said Dr. Warnock. “This has led to an increase in Plagiocephaly during recent years as a newborn’s soft head can occasionally flatten out in spots after prolonged periods spent resting on his or her back. I created the Infant Head Bed pillow so parents can keep babies sleeping in the correct position as recommended by their doctors yet help prevent Plagiocephaly at the same time.”

The Infant Head Bed normally sells for a suggested retail price of $24.95. However, until April 30, 2010 customers may receive a 20 percent discount and purchase the pillow for only $19.95 when using the coupon code, BABY upon checkout. Visit www.infantheadbed.com'/>"/>

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