Baby Sleep Newsletter

By: 
Meg Guard

Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) is the dysfunction of the brain caused by external force to the head. Some common causes of TBI are falls, motor vehicle accidents, being hit by objects, and assaults.

Let me be real for a moment— nobody WANTS to sleep train their child. Although it is both safe and effective, many parents are afraid of doing anything that involves crying.

By: 
Saurab Faruque

One-fourth of all deaths in the United States are due to heart disease, making it the leading cause of death for Americans.

By: 
Craig Canapari, MD

Pretty soon, the clocks go forward as we “spring ahead” on Sunday, March 11th.

After having several miscarriages and two deceased young children, one woman was ready to try anything to have a healthy child. Surprisingly, this 36-year-old woman and her partner did not have any symptoms of a disease that would lead to an explanation.

By: 
Saurab Faruque

6.4 million people are diagnosed with Attention Deficit Hyperactive Disorder (ADHD) in the United States alone. The impact of ADHD, and the drugs that are used to treat it, is a growing concern for many health professionals.

By: 
Alexander Nguyen

Crying is an inevitable part of infancy. However, as mentioned in a previous Baby Sleep Study article, too much crying may be a symptom of a larger problem.

By: 
Hayley Roper

When we experience new information, our brains process and store the information as memories that we can recall later. Because our brains have a limited capacity, not all information will be stored for the long haul.

By: 
Efrat Magidov and Yuval Nir, PhD

Do all animals sleep? This question has been hotly debated in the sleep research field (for example, in these two

By: 
Meg Guard

Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is the unexpected death of an infant less than one year of age.

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