ALWAYS place a baby on his or her back at night and during nap time. An easy way to remember this is to follow the ABCs of safe sleep: “ Alone on the Back in a bare Crib. " Learn more from the #FDA about safe sleep for babies: https://go.usa.gov/xmXv7 #InfantSafety #Pediatrics
ALWAYS place a baby on his or her back at night and during nap time. An easy way to remember this is to follow the ABCs of safe sleep: “Alone on the Back in a bare Crib." Learn more from the #FDA about safe sleep for babies: https://go.usa.gov/xmXv7 #InfantSafety #Pediatrics
HOW to sleep: Sleep can sometimes seem impossible. Fortunately, making simple lifestyle tweaks can promote a good night ’s sleep. Evidence supports taking a certain supplement.
Teenagers spending more than three hours on their phones are more likely to sleep badly, a study suggests.
Teenagers' social media use and sleeping patterns were analysed by University of Glasgow. More than one in three were 'high users' who were are up to 70 per cent more likely to stay up past 11pm.
In this report, we describe the case of a patient with severe AS and SDB whose polysomnographic findings showed that after TAVI, sleep disturbances occurred in association with worsened periodic leg movements despite improvement in the SDB.
The program equips employees with a sleep wearable, app, weekly coaching and sleep physician referrals, if necessary.
OBJECTIVE: The current study examined facets of gender minority stress (nonaffirmation, internalized transphobia) and protective factors (community connectedness, transgender identity pride) as potential moderators of the relationship between sexual victim...
ConclusionsOur results provide preliminary support to the combination of multimodal classifier, in particular, neuroimaging features, as an informative method that can assist in predicting MPH side effects in ADHD.
ConclusionsParents of children of all ages use social media for a variety of important topics related to child health. As many parents do not discuss it with their physician, there are missed opportunities for pediatricians to provide high quality information.
Snoring by itself is not dangerous, but it can have serious social consequences.
Snoring is a main concern in patients who consult an otolaryngologist (ENT physicians) and patients who have cardiovascular comorbidities or excessive daytime sleepiness who usually consult with other speciali...