Latest Sudden infant death syndrome Stories
Through research on the cause of Alzheimer's Disease, researcher, Barry Stanley, discovered a link to Learning Disabilities.
New research to be published in the April issue of Pediatrics and released online today has found that forty percent of mothers start feeding their babies solid foods much too early, with many claiming they were given the go-ahead by their healthcare providers.
According to a new national poll from the University of Michigan’s C.S. Mott Children’s Hospital, only about one-third of parents say they always follow their pediatrician’s advice.
Researchers from Temple University recently completed a study that found that it is more beneficial for mothers to let their infants cry themselves back to sleep rather than comforting them in the middle of the night.
The number of grandparent caregivers continues to grow, and while these older adults may be experienced in caring for young children, many are unaware of more recent safety and other recommendations – including those related to appropriate child sleep position, crib safety, car seat and walker use.
New parents will benefit from using the new Snuza Trio – the first and only complete mobile baby monitor system perfect for at-home use or travel.
In 2010, 59% of the U.S. population used internet searches for health information, and parents searching for information regarding their children were among the top users.
Sudden Infant Death Syndrome (SIDS) is a leading cause of death among infants aged one month to one year and is a top concern for every new parent.
Sleep deprivation and a new baby usually go hand in hand, yet some mothers purposely wake their sleeping infant.