At Westchester Health, we feel strongly that sleep is an essential component of healthy living, yet something that’s sometimes hard to come by (especially for exhausted parents of toddlers). Since we often get questions from bleary-eyed moms and dads wanting advice for getting their 2- or 3-year-old to go to sleep, we thought we’d share some guidelines that really seem to work, gleaned from our many years of helping parents of toddlers master the art of bedtime. Here’s a great blog on the subject by Lauren Adler, MD, FAAP, a pediatrician with our Westchester Health Pediatrics group (excerpted below). Continue reading
Now that Westchester Health is part of Northwell Health and its physician organization, Northwell Health Physician Partners, we have greatly expanded our services to bring you and your family the best possible care. Best of all, this new relationship means that you now have access to the outstanding resources of Cohen Children’s Medical Center, the New York metropolitan area’s only hospital exclusively for children.
Sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS) is the unexplained death, usually during sleep, of a seemingly healthy baby less than a year old. SIDS is sometimes called “crib death” because the infants often die in their cribs. What makes SIDS so frightening is that it strikes babies who seem to have nothing wrong with them. To do everything we can to prevent this, Westchester Health offer this very informative blog (excerpted here) by Lauren Adler, MD, FAAP, a pediatrician with our Westchester Health Pediatrics group.
For parents AND pediatricians, losing a baby to SIDS (sudden infant death syndrome) is devastating. To try to prevent SIDS, Dr. Lauren Adler, a pediatrician in our Westchester Health Pediatrics group, offer these guidelines in a recent blog to help parents reduce the risks of this happening to their baby.