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American Academy of Pediatrics, Pediatrics, November 2005.
American Academy of Pediatrics: "Sleep Position: Why Back Is Best."
Calamaro, C. Pediatrics, 2009.
Children's Mercy Hospitals and Clinics: "Bed Time Can Be a Pleasant Way to End the Day."
Cleveland Clinic: "Insomnia in Children."
FamilyDoctor: "Nightmares and Night Terrors," "Sleepwalking."
Gary Montgomery, MD, medical director, Children’s Healthcare of Atlanta Sleep Center, pulmonologist, certified in sleep medicine.
Harvard Medical School: "Medications That Can Affect Sleep."
HealthyChildren: "Pacifiers: Satisfying Your Baby's Needs."
Iowa State Extension Service: "Fears."
KidsHealth: "All About Sleep," "Why Do Teens Have Trouble Sleeping?" "Tips for Reducing the Risk of SIDS," "Naps," "Sleep Apnea," "Snoring," "Sleepwalking," Sleep and Newborns."
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University of Michigan Health Systems: "Sleep Problems."
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