Are pacifiers safe? In this post you’ll find out about the safety of “binkies” and their effect on your baby long and short-term.
According to experts, babies should not sleep on their tummy but there are other options that can ensure your baby’s sleep safety while making them feel secure. Read our post to find out more.
Keeping your baby safe is the #1 priority from the time they’re born. So, with baby safety month it’s the best time to revise these basic baby safety tips!
Dr. Yeh brings Key Safety Requirements for Safe Crib Set-Up. From placement to what accessories to skip, tips to help keep your baby safe.
Waking up every hour to check on your newborn? An experienced dad tells you how to reduce the risk of SIDS. Learn how to create a safe sleep environment to get a blissful night’s sleep for you and your baby.
Baby Sleep Safety: Top 12 FAQs About Baby Sleep” was co-written by Dr. Kenneth Yeh, a Pediatrician with experience treating over 10,000 babies during his career.
Dr. Kenneth Yeh explains the Top 3 Risks of Your Baby Sleeping on Stomach (Face-Down) and answers frequently asked questions about babies’ sleeping positions and baby sleep safety.
Dr. Kenneth Yeh, pediatrician, explains 4 Tips for Improving Baby Sleep Safety. From pacifiers, substance avoidance, and swaddles, Dr. Yeh makes his top recommendations for baby sleep safety after treating thousands of babies.
Safe sleep for babies is important because of one devastating gray cloud in the room: SIDS. What is SIDS and what can you do about it? Find out here.