Developmental Issues That Stem From Pediatric Sleep Apnea

A guest blog by Nader Ahmadni of Sleepdisorders.com. Pediatric sleep apnea is a sleep disorder characterized by obstructed or narrowed respiration while a child sleeps. The condition affects an estimated 25 percent of children in the US and typically occurs between ages 2 and 8, though it is quite under diagnosed. Pauses in breathing during sleep in […]

Can Bottle Feeding Increase the Risk of Sleep Apnea?

Startling News For Parents of Bottle Fed Children…  In this hour long interview, Dr. Park talks to Dr. Brian Palmer, a former dentist who has done extensive research in the field of infant oral cavity and airway development.  In this discussion, Dr. Palmer shares shocking information as to why parents who bottle feed their children […]