Sleep

Over the last six months, Stress Health has partnered with parenting bloggers from Georgia to California to spread the word about childhood adversity and its impact on children to readers across the country. As part of this campaign, parent bloggers learned more about research on Adverse...

No how loving the parents, a sleepless baby who cries for hours may reduce them to a puddle of tears and frustration. Tortured by lack of sleep and screams that seem to go on forever, some exhausted parents snap. Research shows infants who cry inconsolably are...

Not that long ago, school busses in many states were picking up high school students just after 5:00 a.m.   A concerned parent co-founded an organization – Start School Later – to persuade school districts to set hours that allow teens to get more sleep. And that’s...

If you had a rough childhood, research suggests you are more likely to have nightmares and other sleep problems. Kids with Adverse Childhood Experiences (ACEs) may also be more likely to experience sleep disturbances, including bedwetting and trouble getting to sleep. This can do more...