If your child has trouble going to sleep, some scientists have a suggestion: leave them alone. In a study published in the journal Pediatrics Tuesday, Australian researchers tested various methods for training children to sleep more easily at night. Three months into the study, babies who were left alone for periods of time after putting them to bed dozed off about 15 minutes faster than the babies in the other test groups.
Nabil K. Marknmark@centredaily.com
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