SIDS Deaths Linked to Serotonin Levels

The Truth About SIDS Deaths Linked to Serotonin Levels.   It seems there has been a rash of news articles recently stating that SIDS deaths are linked to serotonin levels in infants. The idea that SIDS deaths are linked to serotonin levels in infants is not new.  Researchers out of Boston Children’s Hospital found that…

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Baby Sleep Myths Busted

Baby sleep can certainly be a mystery to some parents – it’s a topic that requires important education.   With so much information available through books and online, you’re bound to find some outdated baby sleep tips and suggestions that have since been debunked. Plus, many sources offer such different advice it causes confusion on what…

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How to Swaddle Baby Safely 

Swaddling is a common parenting practice that has been around for ages and it is recommended for infants because of how it reminds them of being in mother’s womb. While swaddled, baby feels safe and comforted allowing them to self-soothe so they can fall asleep and stay asleep longer periods of time. The problem is,…

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New SIDS Recommendation on Room Sharing – FLAWED!

The New SIDS Recommendation Encouraging Parents to Room Share With Their Infant for Six to Twelve Months is Flawed. In fact, the new SIDS recommendation is not even new. The American Academy of Pediatrics (AAP) cited three studies and an out-of-print book, “Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS): New Trends in the Nineties.” This is the same evidence…

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5 Sleep Tips When Traveling with a Baby

How do I keep sleep on track when traveling with baby is a common question. Many families put off traveling with baby because they don’t want to disrupt their child’s sleep routine which they worked so hard to perfect. Traveling is known to be disruptive to sleep schedules which can really take its toll once…

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