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American Academy of Pediatrics: "A Parent’s Guide to Safe Sleep."
Ask Dr. Sears: "Sleep Problems," "Sleep Safety."
Better Health (Victorian Government of Australia): "Sleep: Children and Naps."
Children’s Hospital Boston, Pediatric Views: "Dr. Ferber Updates his Landmark Sleep Book."
Dr. Spock: "Sleep: Why and How Much?"
KidsHealth: "Breastfeeding FAQs: Sleep -- Yours and Your Baby’s," "Looking at Your Newborn: What’s Normal," "Naps."
Parenting Science: "Baby Sleep Deprivation: How to Tell if Your Baby is Overtired or Underslept."
Tobin, C. The Lull-a-Baby Sleep Plan: The Soothing, Superfast Way to Help Your New Baby Sleep Through the Night . . . And Prevent Sleep Problems Before They Develop, Rodale, 2006.
Tomorrow’s Child: "Safe Sleep Brochure."
USDA: "Feeding Infants-Body."
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