Serotonin, a brain chemical normally associated with mood and depression in adults, may be the missing piece of the puzzle when it comes to why some babies die from sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS).
In addition to parents' efforts to reduce identified risk factors for SIDS, like placing Baby on his back to sleep, some parents also find baby sleep monitors to be useful—if for no other reason than it gives them peace of mind. But which monitor is best
For some parents, putting a baby to bed is a nightly source of anxiety—how much sleep does your child need, can she sleep with a blanket, are stuffed animals OK? Find the answer to these questions and more.
The digitalization of babies has gone into overdrive in the past two years, with high-tech gadgetry that syncs up to parents' iPhones and video systems that track the most minute details of children's movement. But has it gone too far?
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