New Study Points to These Unsafe Sleep Practices as the Cause of Most SIDS Deaths
SIDS is one of the most fear-inducing and heartbreaking words in all of perinatal health, for worried families, and involved practitioners, researchers, and advocates alike.
Maisie Williams Describes, In Detail, What Sleep Paralysis Felt Like While Filming New Apple Show
Maisie Williams, best known for her role as Arya Stark in Game of Thrones, shared recently that she experienced nightmares and sleep paralysis during the
How Much Melatonin Are Parents Really Giving To Kids? Their True Stories May Surprise You
If we had to guess which segment of the population gets the worst sleep, it’s most likely our newest members — and their parents. We’d
How Parents’ Smartphone Use Truly Does Negatively Affect Their Teenagers’ Sleep
Smartphones have become a make-or-break part of everyday life, keeping you on time for Zoom meetings and parent-teacher conferences and in the loop on the
How Those With Sleep Apnea Can Approach The “Drowsy Driving” Dilemma
Driving can get dull for some, but operating a huge hunk of metal requires a lot of concentration. So when you hop behind the wheel
The ”Bluey” Episode Capturing the Hearts of Exhausted Parents Everywhere￼
The bedtime dance is the ultimate parenting test — after 12-20 hours of working, parenting, cleaning, and changing butts, kids decide they need you the
Why Millennial Moms’ Process for Getting Babies to Sleep Is So Different From Their Boomer Parents
Getting a baby to sleep is no easy feat for some parents. Every little one is different — some are great sleepers and others need
Why Is Everyone On TikTok Saying “TATT,” and Why Do Doctors Care?
A survey of 2,000 British adults reveals that the phrase “I’m tired” escapes their lips an average of three times daily. In fact, one in
Police Violence Leads to Loss of Sleep and Insomnia — But Only For Black People, Study Shows￼
Like many health-related racial disparities, Black people are disproportionately impacted by sleep conditions, research shows. And while white Americans are laying in bed losing sleep,
Even Mild COVID Cases Can Lead to Severe Insomnia: New Research
Just when we think we are past those traumatic pandemic years, we find that research keeps connecting various new findings to even mild cases of
Could This Amino Acid Eventually Become the Next Melatonin?
Any discussion about melatonin comes loaded with opinions — for some people, it’s a must-have to get to sleep. For others, it can bring up
Hurkle-Durkling Is the Latest TikTok Trend Telling You to Stay in Bed — Should You Try It?
There’s something undeniably comforting about snuggling up in bed, especially when the world outside is a whirlwind of deadlines, commitments, and over-scheduling. The latest TikTok