Melatonin is a hormone that, among other things, helps the body regulate its circadian rhythm- or body clock. Many families use melatonin to help settle their young children to sleep.
But, is it safe for kids?Read More
A history and results of the Back to Sleep Campaign: A year after the Back to Sleep campaign, the number of SIDS cases fell from 1,545 in 1989 to 647 in 1992 in the UK.Read More
Graham Reid – Pediatric Sleep Research
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Is having your baby sleep in your room for a full year worth the cost? Read more about the AAP’s recommendation to room-share with your baby for the first 6, and ideally 12 months in this article in the New York Times.Read More
Genes and environment – before and after birth – all contribute to the development of sleep. Learn more about baby sleep patterns.Read More
Check us out in the news –Pediatric sleep experts create website to provide free, evidence-based information about young children’s sleep.Read More
The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) recently updated their safe sleep recommendations for infants.Read More