If you’ve been reading my articles long enough, you know that I’m really interested in presenting the best, scientifically based information to parents and pediatrician so that they can understand their children’s sleep problems, and hopefully make them better. Unfortunately, much of what we understand about the sleep of children and infants is based on relatively […]
I’ve been thinking a lot about habits related to sleep issues in children, after having finished The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg (affiliate link). The dictionary defines habits as “a settled or regular tendency or practice, especially one that is hard to give up: this can develop into a bad habit | we stayed together […]
I’’ve noticed some recurring themes in the comments I receive on my blog from desparate and tired parents. Unfortunately, the volume of comments has increased to the point where I can’t provide detailed answers any more. Here are answers to the the most frequently asked questions about sleep training. We sleep trained and my child […]
Here’s a fun little video I did for the medical school. A shout out to Noah Golden who did a great job putting it together.
This past Saturday, my wife and I took our children to Yale Health Plan o get our annual influenza vaccinations. I cannot remember the last time that I did not get the flu vaccine. My children have received it every year since they were old enough to get. Why is this? Quite simply it’s the best […]