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Ed Mitchell, a cot-death expert at Auckland University, New Zealand, told New Scientist: "I would emphasise that the major problem is tobacco smoking when pregnant, rather than these other drugs.
Parents of cot-death infants may have to discuss the incident with the police and be prepared for post-mortem examination of the baby.
One of the best-known cot-death mothers is former breakfast TV presenter Anne Diamond, whose son Sebastian died in 1991, aged four months.