When most of us think of getting a baby sleeping through the night, we're imagining he or she is sleeping continuously. But is that the case?
Could a baby's sleep problems be red flags for developmental difficulties in toddlerhood?
Newborns have different sleep needs than older babies. Here's help to understand your new baby's developing sleep patterns.
Here's how one person learned how to wake up early, and how he made that habit a permanent one.
Melatonin could provide more and better quality sleep in a noisy and illuminated environment, compared to using an eye mask and earplugs.
Sleeping animals are the sweetest things. Even the mighty lion looks peaceful when he's asleep. And seals? They snooze with smiles.
Teens need to get enough rest to stay healthy, yet the number of hours they sleep each night is decreasing.
How much do animals sleep? Here's a table with 30+ different types of creatures, along with how much sleep each needs.
By the time a baby's 6 months old, many parents wonder if something's wrong if the newest member of the family isn't sleeping through the night.
Postpartum women are urged to be cautious about returning to work too quickly, after a study found many new moms still tired four months after giving birth.
How do sleep and a happy marriage connect? A study says couples are more likely to sleep in sync when the wife is more satisfied with married life.
When does normal teen angst and moodiness become dangerous? Here are some guidelines to help you know when your child needs professional mental health help.
With that in mind, here are some guidelines on when to seek professional adolescent mental health help for your teen son or daughter.
Did you know that the bedtime you select for your toddler may be out of sync with his or her internal body clock?
The biological clock controls the daily, or circadian, rhythms of the body - a roughly 24-hour cycle of physical, mental and behavioral changes.
In key ways, the brain doesn't look like that of an adult until the early 20s.