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  • Healthy and Happy Sleep for You and Baby

    Dr. Daniel Weissbluth believes that quality sleep guidance from the moment your baby comes home from the hospital can prevent many future sleep problems. In this 60-minute video, Dr. Weissbluth discusses how to establish healthy sleep habits for newborns. Watch the video below.

    Newborns have unpredictable sleep patterns, and that can mean sleep deprivation for most new parents. Watch and learn what you can expect from your newborn and get tips for establishing good sleep habits. This video is perfect for parents to be and parents with newborns.

    In this webinar, Chicago's infant sleep expert Dr. Daniel Weissbluth covers the basics to infant sleep including:

    • The ABCs of safe sleep
    • Preparing the nursery
    • Setting a sleep routine
    • Parent questions that were submitted during the live webinar




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    About the presenter: Daniel Weissbluth, M.D., F.A.A.P. opened Weissbluth Pediatrics in 2012 after completing medical school at Rosalind Franklin UniverWeissbluth-300x199.jpgsity of Medical Science/Chicago Medical School and pediatric training at Indiana University’s Riley Children’s Hospital. He is an Instructor of Clinical Pediatrics at Northwestern University’s School of Medicine, and his main areas of interest include the effect of media on the pediatric population and healthy sleep habits. He co-created the Weissbluth Method Infant Nap App, the Weissbluth Method Toddler Bedtime App, and the Weissbluth Method Parenting Myth App for mobile devices. He also co-authored Sleep Consult with his father, Marc Weissbluth. Dr. Dan lives (and sleeps!) in Chicago.

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