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The Research

The following websites have information on the medical research and sound reasoning behind co-sleeping.


Here's what Wikipedia has to say about co-sleeping

Wikipedia has rapidly grown into the largest reference Web site on the Internet. The content of Wikipedia is free, and is written collaboratively by people from all around the world.


Mother Baby Behavioral Sleep Labratory- at the University of Notre Dame

The University of Notre Dame Mother-Baby Behavioral Sleep Lab is both a research and teaching laboratory. Upperclass undergraduate students at Notre Dame gain first hand experience conducting cutting-edge research examining issues of national and international significance. These issues include the safety of different sleep environments as well as the the physiological and/or psychological consequences of the different choices of sleeping arrangements parents make.


Dr. Sarah J. Buckley MD

Sarah J Buckley MD, family physician/GP, writer and mother of four combines the best medical evidence on pregnancy, birth and parenting with her gentle mothering wisdom. On this site you will find information and stories that will inform, inspire, nourish and support you in your vital role as parents and parents-to-be.

Sarah is also a Mothering magazine co-sleeping expert panel member. Click here to visit her expert Q & A.


Mothering Magazine

The natural parenting magazines online site. This is a link to past co-sleeping articles and expert panel links on the Mothering Magazine site.


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Hathor the Cowgoddess and the Evolution Revolution
Amusing cartoons and insightful/incite-ful commentary about
homebirthing, breastfeeding on demand, maintaining constant contact,sharing space, unschooling and saving the world.


James McKenna of the Mother Baby Sleep lab has released a new book about co-sleeping.

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