Things We’ve Read: Week of Sep. 8th, 2014

How to Put a Toddler to Bed in 100 Easy Steps (HuffPost): The 100 steps it takes to put your toddler to sleep.

NYFW Street Style, Day Five: The Bump is the Best Accessory (Refinery29): Pregnant & stylish women rocking the baby bump all over New York Fashion Week.

Bored Kid At The White House Really Can’t Be Bothered With The President (HuffPost): Sorry, Mr. President!

The New York Times’ Irresponsible Look at Antidepressants During Pregnancy (HuffPost): The New York Times’ article “Pills May Put Babies at Risk” failed to include expert views on reproductive mental health and the research they stated is rather limited.

What Is Hyperemesis Gravidarum? (International Business Times): Facts about hyperemesis gravidarum, also known as acute morning sickness.

Longer breastfeeding linked to better nutrition (Ob Gyn News): Study has shown that a longer breastfeeding leads to less likelihood that children will suffer from ear, throat or sinus infections.

Low Dose Aspirin Effective To Prevent Dangerous Pregnancy-Related Condition (Forbes):  A panel of medical experts found that women at high risk for preeclampsia can reduce their risk by taking a low dosage of aspirin after the 12th week of pregnancy.

Pilot Intervention Eliminates Autism Symptoms in Babies (HuffPost): A preliminary pilot study sought to locate children younger than 12 months with autism symptoms and develop an intervention by changing the way parents interact with the babies.

New Autism ‘Cure’ for Babies Sounds Way Too Good To Be True (CafeStir): The results of the pilot study showing that therapy can eliminate delays for children with early signs of autism may be promising but needs more basis and more conclusive data.