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7/8/2014 -- What Can Parents do if Child has Night Terrors

7/8/2014
by Heather Salerno for The Journal News
Parents hope their children have nothing but sweet dreams, but plenty of us have heard the sad cries that signal a nightmare. These disruptions are usually soothed with some hugs, kisses and reassurance that there’s no monster under the bed—along with maybe snuggling with Mom or Dad for the rest of the night.

Blythedale Chief of Pediatric Neurology Jay Selman, M.D. offers his advice on the subject.  Click here to see the full story.
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