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Infant Development

Remembering Heidi Als, PhD

Dr. Heidi Als By Joshua Sparrow, MD Heidi Als, PhD, one of Dr. T. Berry Brazelton's first protégés, passed away on Thursday, August 18. Like ...
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Brazelton Institute

Babies are born ready to communicate with a rich vocabulary of behaviors. While babies may not speak their first word for a year, their behaviors ...
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Home Visiting

More mothers' breastfeeding, and for longer. Less maternal depression. Better child outcomes by 6 months of age. Improved well-child primary care visit participation and emergency ...
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Dr. Constance Helen “Connie” Keefer – the Compleat Pediatrician

By Kevin Nugent, PhD, Founder and Director of the Brazelton Institute Brazelton Touchpoints Center faculty member Dr. Constance Keefer retired earlier this year after a ...
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Remembering the Baby Inside Each of Us

Noah, Age 2 Berry Brazelton liked to say he played with babies. His fellow Texan, pediatrician Sally Provence, danced with them. “Sally,” he asked, “how do you get inside ...
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Joshua Sparrow, MD, talks about Baby College on NPR – Boosting Education for Babies and their Parents

The Harlem Children's Zone is a nonprofit known for its innovative, multifaceted approach to ending the cycle to poverty. One of the Harlem Children's Zone ...
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Books Are Just a Start: New Huffington Post Blog Entry from T. Berry Brazelton, MD, and Joshua Sparrow, MD

"We applaud the American Academy of Pediatrics' (AAP) new policy statement recommendation that "pediatric providers promote early literacy development for children beginning in infancy" (AAP ...
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Foreword by Dr. Brazelton & Dr. Sparrow in J. Ronald Lally’s new book For Our Babies

Read a preview of the foreword by Dr. Brazelton and Dr. Sparrow. For more information about the book, For Our Babies: Ending the Invisible Neglect of ...
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