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Whether you are trying to get your kids to bed on time or trying to convince your child not to wake up at 4 a.m., follow these tips from a pediatrician.
Pregnant women who get less sleep are more likely to have complications, but these tips can help solve the problem.
If you’re like many people, hitting the snooze button once or twice might be part of your morning wake-up routine. But can it be bad for your health? A sleep expert explains.
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With today’s fast-paced lifestyles and overbooked days, insomnia strikes nearly everyone at some point. It’s normal to have some nights that aren’t as restful as others, but when it happens in a string of nights, you might want to try an over-the-counter sleep aid. We asked neurologist Jessica Vensel-Rundo, MD, to share her suggestions for … Read More