Topic: Sleep

Children and Sleep: Sleep Deprivation, Bedtime Problems in Children, Sudden Infant Death Syndrome Statistics

in Child Development

Issues about children and sleep covered through topics such as sleep deprivation and children and bedtime problems in children. Also includes information on children and health, important sudden infant death syndrome statistics and other child-related topics.


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Research-based information on brain development and sleep patterns of infants and young children, mainly ages birth to five years old. Information is geared toward parents and educators and includes other topics such as empathy, early emotions and early memory development.

Includes technical, research-based articles covering sleep deprivation and children and bedtime problems in children. Offers sudden infant death syndrome statistics and covers additional topics about children and health.

Site offers children, parents, educators, and healthcare providers research-based articles on sleep disorders, sleep deprivation and children and bedtime problems in children. Sleep-related topics include sleep apnea, insomnia, and narcolepsy.

Provides current research and articles on children and sleep including sleep deprivation and children and bedtime problems in children. Also covers other child-related topics such as thumb sucking, school issues, social development, mental health and medications.

The "Children and Sleep" section of this site presents a substantial amount of information on various topics associated with sleep disorders. Topics include sleep deprivation and children and bedtime problems in children. The site is mainly geared toward parents and professionals.

Summaries of current knowledge prepared especially for parents, with links to other relevant web sites. Articles cover sleep problems, how much sleep do kids need, safe sleep, and strategies for helping kids sleep better. From the University of Michigan Health System.

The sleep section of this site presents easy to understand applied research and information on sleep disorders, sleep deprivation and children and bedtime problems in children for both physicians and parents.