Books of Interest by Dr. Barone
It’s Not Your Fault!: Strategies for Solving Toilet Training and Bed-wetting Problems
This is a comprehensive book written for parents about toilet training, bed-wetting and daytime wetting in children. Other common toilet training problems are also discussed like “when is the best time to train” and “what toilet training method is the best”. This is a good reference book if you want to learn about toilet training or if you need help with a toilet training problem.
Articles of Interest by Dr. Barone
Help! My Kid Wets the Bed
Dr. Barone was interviewed for this U.S. News & World Report article which explains the risk factors for bed-wetting, as well as treatments to reduce bed-wetting and tips to help children cope with the uncertainty of waking up wet or dry.
Breast Milk May Lead To Lower Rate of Bed-Wetting
This is an article that was published in the Wall Street Journal Health Section that describes how breastfeeding is protective against the development of bed-wetting. The article is based on my research and it is written for parents.
Put an End to Bed-wetting Blues
This is a good general article about bed-wetting that was published in NJ Family Magazine.
More Boys Than Girls Wet Their Beds
This is a nice general information article about bed-wetting with some good statistics and helpful facts.
Potty Training Best Between Ages 2 and 3
This is an article that was featured on ABC news. The article is based on our research that pinpointed the best time to toilet train your child. This is an interesting read for parents who have children of toilet training age.
Second-hand smoke affects bladder function in children, study suggests
This is an article that appeared in Science Daily but it is written for parents. It is based on our research that showed an association between second hand smoke and bladder control problems in children.
“It’s just one smoke in the car and the baby is sleeping….”
This is an article that appeared in a popular blog for new and expectant parents. It is based on our research that showed an association between second hand smoke and bladder control problems in children.
Bed-wetting, being overweight linked to sleep apnea
This article appeared on Reuters and it highlights our research that found an association between sleep apnea and being overweight. We also found a similar association between sleep apnea and bed-wetting.