Dr Linda, is there anything I can do to prevent autism?

Dr Linda, is there anything I can do to prevent autism?

Early Recognition Traditionally, autism is not formally diagnosed until the child is older, somewhere between 2 and 4 years of age. However, sometimes we find symptoms and signs that are suggestive of autism earlier in the baby’s life; I’ve always believed...
4 steps to dealing with nighttime arousals.

4 steps to dealing with nighttime arousals.

Getting Your Baby to Sleep Create Strong Sleeping Habits by Recognizing Your Baby’s Expected Sleep Pattern: Babies between 4 and 6 months of age begin to wake up every 2-3 hours as part of their normal development. Be Cautious of the Habits Your Establish This is a...
Get your baby back to sleep on his own

Get your baby back to sleep on his own

“Dr Linda, my 6-month-old was sleeping really well but now he wakes up every 2 to 3 hours and cries till I go in and put him back to sleep. What’s wrong?’ In this situation, there are two things at play: • Baby does not know how to fall asleep on his own and needs his...

Why is my baby crying?

Why is my baby crying? You just got home from the hospital and baby is crying. What is going on?? Here are a few tried and true tips to make you into a better detective so you can get to the bottom of the issue quickly and efficiently. 1.STOP, then take three deep...