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Quartz

What can insomniacs learn from sleep crises of centuries past? Eat onions.
Quartz
Most developed societies in the West are currently plagued by endemic sleep loss, falling well short of the eight hours recommended by the World Health Organization. In particular, many children and young people are currently suffering from sleeping ...

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Ask the doctors: Studies indicate possible connection between sleep and dementia
The Spokesman-Review
Dear Reader: Just like food, water and the air we breathe, getting enough high-quality sleep is vital to our well-being. As anyone who has pulled an all-nighter can attest, lack of sleep can impair reasoning and problem-solving, interfere with learning ...

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Later start could let teens get more sleep
Camas Washougal Post Record
In light of research showing that, when it comes to teenagers and sleep, the early bird not only doesn't catch the worm, but might suffer physically, mentally and academically, leaders in the Camas School District are considering shifting school start ...



Sci-News.com

Study: Opening Windows and Doors Improves Sleep Quality
Sci-News.com
Qualitative assessment of sleep was done using sleep questionnaires, while quantitative assessment was done through actigraphy and sleep monitoring (using a Sensewear Armband) and movement detection (using a FlexSensor). “Average carbon dioxide ...

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FOX 13 News, Tampa Bay

Technology could be the answer to better sleep
FOX 13 News, Tampa Bay
TAMPA (FOX 13) - If you're having trouble sleeping at night, you may find more companies are adding technology to their products to help. The Centers for Disease Control - the CDC - says more than a third of Americans aren't getting enough sleep. If ...



Irish Times

A programme about sleep that would keep you awake all night
Irish Times
Performing their duty as the national broadcaster RTÉ responsibly decided to give everyone a true scare at bedtime with Awake – The Science of Sleep (RTÉ One, Wednesday, 9.35pm) where the ever-perky Dr Pixie McKenna went to great lengths to show ...



The Denver Post

Napping on the job may be a good idea for a sleep-deprived nation
The Denver Post
President Donald Trump prides himself on getting by with just four or five hours of sleep at night, which leaves him plenty of time early in the morning to scan cable TV news and tweet before going to work. During last year's rough-and-tumble campaign, ...

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Spokane Public Radio

Sleep Becoming More Visible Topic With The Public
Spokane Public Radio
Scientists are trying to understand why animals, including human beings, sleep. There's more to it than just simply resting a tired body. Researchers at the Sleep and Performance Research Center at Washington State University Spokane are wrestling with ...



FOX 13 News, Tampa Bay

Simple steps can mean more sleep, better health
FOX 13 News, Tampa Bay
TAMPA (FOX 13) - Everyone has their own way to get to sleep. Some watch TV and fluff the pillows or listen to white noise. As well as making us drowsy, losing sleep impacts us medically. Lack of quality sleep disrupts the circadian rhythm, an internal ...



Press of Atlantic City

Our view: Sleep apnea can impair anyone, not just NJ Transit engineers
Press of Atlantic City
The Hoboken NJ Transit terminal was damaged Oct. 1, 2016, when a commuter train crashed, killing one person and injuring more than 100 others. The engineer suffered from sleep apnea. FILE – This Oct. 1, 2016, file photo provided by the National ...

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