Several weeks ago, the American Academy of Pediatrics published a new set of guidelines on the evaluation and management of obstructive sleep apnea (OSA) in children. I did a Q&A session on the Massachusetts General Hospital for Children website regarding the implications of the new guidelines. For your reading pleasure, here is the complete brief article: Why […]
Ferberizing Benji — Update. This is a mother’s experience on the process of sleep training her 8 month old little boy. Cher is a sleep and language pathologist as well as a mother, and she has a number of great insights. My favorite is here: 7.My child can do more than I think he can […]
A nice article on sleep training from Babble, by Heather Turgeon.
Ok, this was staged for a publicity photo, but I still think it is pretty cool.
Why Magnetic Headlines Are Crucial for Your Posts Welcome to Rainmaker. This is a sample post to get you started on your journey. Don’t forget that your headline is the most important aspect of writing a great post, and getting readers to read your opening paragraph. The first four to six sentences of your post […]