Recent News Articles Social Jet Lag Original Article BOSTON -- If you're a weekday early riser, sleeping in on weekends could be hazardous to your health, researchers reported here. Going to bed and waking up later on weekends than weekdays -- the common sleep pattern recently dubbed social [...]
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Recent News Articles Sleep Apnea Hurts Hearts American Academy of Sleep MedicineTuesday, February 7, 2017 Original Article DARIEN, IL – Untreated, severe obstructive sleep apnea more than doubles your risk of dying from heart disease, the National Healthy Sleep Awareness Project warns in conjunction with American Heart Month in February. [...]
Recent News Articles Resetting your Circadian Clock POSTED SEPTEMBER 08, 2016, 9:30 AM Original Article Beverly Merz, Executive Editor, Harvard Women's Health Watch Jet lag is a big topic of conversation here this week as faculty and students return to the campus after a long holiday. It’s understandable. [...]
Recent News Articles Sleep Apnea May Take Toll on Your Mood, Thinking Skills UCLA, news release, February 2016 Original Article "In previous studies, we've seen structural changes in the brain due to sleep apnea, but in this study we actually found substantial differences in ... two chemicals that [...]
Recent News Articles Schools and Parents Need to Help Kids Sleep More, Says the CDC. Here’s How: Original Article Written By Randye Hoder The end of summer always brings a bit of melancholy to our house—all of us reluctant to give up sleeping late, days with relatively little structure, [...]
Recent News Articles Our Sleep Problem and What to Do About It Original Article Written by Betsy Isaacson If you’re feeling cranky, confused or too tired even for sex, blame it on Thomas Alva Edison. We’re all bushed, and it’s all his fault. Humans have been screwing with [...]
Recent News Articles When You Lose 30 Minutes Of Sleep Original Article Written by David McNamee The findings of new research presented at ENDO 2015, the annual meeting of the Endocrine Society in San Diego, CA, suggest that losing just half an hour of sleep can have long-term [...]
Recent News Articles Circadian Surprise: How Our Body Clocks Help Shape Our Waistlines Original Article By Allison Aubrey We've long known about the master clock in our brains that helps us maintain a 24-hour sleep-wake cycle. But in recent years, scientists have made a cool discovery: We have different clocks [...]
Recent News Articles Marijuana Use May Lead to Impaired Sleep Quality Neurology Reviews. 2014 22(7):5. Original Article MINNEAPOLIS—Marijuana use is associated with impaired sleep quality, according to research presented at the 28th Annual Meeting of the Associated Professional Sleep Societies. A history of cannabis use appears to be associated [...]