Sleep is a vital part of childhood development. Here's what you need to know, from A to Zzzzzz.
Problems associated with plagiocephaly (also known as flat head syndrome) include developmental delay, physical appearance (for some children it can mean their ears or eyes are out of alignment), difficulty fitting into bike, snowboard or hockey helmets, and potential teasing due to looking different.
If your baby won’t settle, here’s what to do.
You’ve got this! Don’t overthink it, use your common sense, and get some sleep.
As a new parent, your number one job is keeping your baby safe, and that starts with sleep.
Dr. Nicky Cohen says the optimal sleep environment should be dark and quiet.
Two moms and an expert weigh in.
If your baby is more active during the night, try increasing his wakeful time during the day and expose him to daytime light, especially early morning natural light.
Parents and experts are unsure if swaddling newborns is still the right thing to do.
Nobody’s head is perfectly symmetrical, but what do you do if your baby’s head is flat on one side?