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Why Student Athletes Need More Sleep

The school year has been officially in full swing for months. And for students of all ages, it typically means full schedules of homework, time with friends and family, and extracurricular activities. Does your active child loves to participate in after-school sports? There are likely all sorts of things your family already does to help […]

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Four Ways to Ensure Your Baby Sleeps Safely

New parents certainly have a lot on their plate, and a lot of new information to learn! An infant requires constant care, after all. So it’s no wonder that parents spend many sleepless nights before and after a baby arrives trying to figure out everything they need to know. But one of the most important […]

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OSA in Children: Is It ADHD or Sleep Apnea?

Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (or ADHD) is a commonly diagnosed problem in both younger children and teenagers. In fact, in the past five years, 11% of kids from the ages of 4 to 17 have had an ADHD diagnosis, with many of these patients on medication to help control behavioral issues. But what if this […]

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How to Help Kids Adjust to a Back to School Sleep Schedule

Fall is just around the corner, and that means for kids across the country, the lazy days of summer are coming to an end. Parents are back to packing lunches and enforcing a sleep schedule. The summer months are when kids can stay up late, sleep in every day, and basically enjoy a more relaxed […]

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How to Prevent Childhood Obesity

Childhood obesity in America has become a national problem, and it’s showing no signs of slowing down. Nearly 20% of children ages 6-19 are classified as obese, which is a roughly 14% increase from just 25 years ago. And roughly 30% of children across the country can be classified as overweight or obese. This is […]

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How Sleep Apnea Affects Memory in Children

If your child isn’t sleeping well, you may have noticed a number of problems during the daytime. Children with sleeping issues – especially obstructive sleep apnea – tend to have trouble performing well in school, in extracurricular activities, and even at home. There are a number of reasons why kids who can’t sleep experience a […]

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Six Things to Remember When Sleep Training Your Child

As all new mothers know, babies require a lot of sleep. Between the ages of 4 and 11 months, babies need to sleep for roughly 12-15 hours per day. As they get older, many of these hours slowly become consecutive in the nighttime. It typically takes three to six months for babies to start to […]

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The Craziest Tricks Parents Use to Get their Children to Sleep

Two companies that create meditation and other sleep-enhancing apps decided to partner together to answer the age-old question: “How do you get your children to sleep?” To address this question, the companies reached out to more than 2,000 British and American parents to share their tips, tricks, and even bizarre methods that have worked on […]

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Children Who Sleep More Have a Reduced Risk for Type 2 Diabetes

Diabetes has been a serious national health issue for quite some time. In recent years, researchers and physicians have seen the number of cases of diabetes go up for one of the most vulnerable segments of the population: children. In the United States alone, roughly 29.1 million people are living with diagnosed or undiagnosed diabetes […]

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How Does Screen Time Before Bed Impact Your Kids?

In our modern era, people of all ages spend a good chunk of their time dedicated to screens, and this is especially true for the younger generation. Growing up with laptops and computers in the classroom, and cell phones and tablets during play time, it’s not unusual for kids to want to enjoy a little […]

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