Baby Sleep Newsletter

By: 
Tugba Colak-Champollion

There is a lot of emphasis on maternal diet and fitness for the health of babies. But did you know that paternal diet and fitness are also important? 

By: 
Hayley Roper

Sleep hygiene includes behaviors and environmental factors that promote better quality sleep. Here are 6 simple ways to improve sleep hygiene (for you and your baby).

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Baby Sleep Study

Baby Connect is now an “Alexa skill”.

By: 
Chelsea Maniscalco

A recently published study looked at the sleep patterns in babies and adults when co-sleeping, when the child sleeps in the same room or bed as the parent(s), or so

By: 
David Heeger

With data from over 1000 infants, we are excited to share with you some updated results from the NYU Baby Sleep Study.

Infancy is a time of rapid development and learning, including processing social information such as the facial expressions of others.

By: 
Susan Sheng

When adults and babies interact, they will often mimic each other’s expressions and emotions. This is sometimes referred to as behavioral synchrony.

By: 
Tugba Colak-Champollion

Most pregnant women experience morning sickness in the first trimester of pregnancy.

A large study, published this month in The Lancet Psychiatry shows that disruptions to our 24-hour sleep-wake cycle are associated with an increased risk of mood disorders.

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