Baby Sleep News

By: 
David Heeger

We have made some changes to our web app to make it easier to see how your infant compares with others in the NYU Baby Sleep Study. You will no longer need to locate your child’s kid ID number to access the web app.

A study published in Frontiers in Human Neuroscience suggests 

By: 
Craig Canapari, MD

“Whenever I see a patient with snoring and school difficulties, I get excited. Why?

By: 
Palak Patel, MD & Meg Guard

Families of children with autism know how difficult bedtime can be: an article in Spectrum News reports that many children with autism have proble

By: 
Jennifer Listman

In total, we now have around 1000 babies from all over the world whose naps, meals, and diaper changes will be the start of NYU Baby Sleep Study’s database. We want to thank everyone who has joined.

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Baby Sleep Study

What exactly are the goals of NYU Baby Sleep Study? Check out this video to get the details...

 

 

"Ahh, autumn. Halloween costumes, fall foliage, carving Jack-O-Lanterns and enjoying the crisp bite of a fresh apple. Those of use who live in New England often cite this season as the finest of the year, prior to the long nights and cold days of winter.

By: 
Hayley Roper

Sleep is not a state of nothingness. Rather, falling and staying asleep is an active process.

By: 
David Heeger

We’ve created an interactive web app that displays charts for you to see how your infant compares with others in the NYU Baby Sleep Study.

By: 
David Heeger
With data from 850 infants, we are excited to share with you some initial results from the NYU Baby Sleep Study.

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