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Pacific Standard

Binge Watching Is Linked to Poor Sleep
Pacific Standard
"Sleep is the fuel your body needs to keep functioning properly," said Jan Van den Bulck of the University of Michigan, who co-authored the study with Liese Exelmans of KU Leuven in Belgium. "It's very important to document the risk factors for poor sleep.
Study: Binge-watching leads to poor sleep quality and fatigueWVLT
Binge-watching television may harm quality of sleep, survey
Binge-watching before bed can mess up your sleepFuturity: Research News
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Northwestern University NewsCenter

Sleep Patterns Contribute to Racial Differences in Disease Risk
Northwestern University NewsCenter
Using data from a sleep study, the team of investigators assessed both total sleep time and sleep efficiency — the percent of time spent in bed actually asleep — among 426 African-American and European-American adults who were included in the Midlife ...
Sleep may account for half of racial disparity in cardiometabolic (blog)

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Fox International Productions Boards Gustavo Hernandez's 'You Shall Not Sleep' (EXCLUSIVE)
Fox International Productions (FIP) is partnering with Pablo E. Bossi (“Nine Queens”) to produce “You Shall Not Sleep,” (“No Dormirás”) the latest film from “Casa Muda's” Gustavo Hernandez, which 20th Century Fox will distribute in the U.S., Latin ...

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Couples-focused apnea therapy may improve sleep, CPAP use
(Reuters Health) - Positive, supportive interactions between sleep partners could help people with sleep apnea adhere to continuous positive airway pressure (CPAP) therapy, suggests a small study. Couples who focused on the benefits for both the ...
Global Sleep Apnea - Trends and Forecast to 2024 - Research and MarketsBusiness Wire (press release)

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Princess Luxury Bed -- Getting Your Sleep Habits in Shipshape
My daughter has had trouble sleeping lately. She's been waking up after about only eight hours -- poor girl -- which is ironically not enough sleep for her. Trust me. And her bed is pretty decent. But we recently had the opportunity to test out the new ...

Six Hours Of Sleep As Bad As Drinking
New research shows being awake for 18 hours has roughly the same effect on your brain function as getting drunk. That means driving while you're sleep deprived is nearly the same as driving intoxicated. Lack of sleep could also eventually lead to long ...

Sleeping through the ages: A solid snooze gets harder with time
Sleep experts say a host of small biological changes can leave people in their 50s, 60s and older feeling less refreshed after a night in bed, even though there is some evidence that they need slightly less sleep than younger people. The nature and ...


New Ties between AD and the Stages, Waves, and Molecules of Sleep
At the Alzheimer's Association International Conference 2017 held in London July 14-20, the relationship between disturbed sleep and AD came into sharper focus. Scientists revealed how sleep disordered breathing boosts the risk for cognitive impairment.

Medical News Today

Insufficient sleep raises type 2 diabetes risk in children
Medical News Today
Researchers from St. George's, University of London in the United Kingdom set out to examine the potential link between sleep duration and type 2 diabetes risk in children. The team was led by St. George's professor Christopher G. Owen, and the ...
Lack of sleep tied to higher risk of diabetes in kidsBusiness Insider
Less Sleep Tied to Diabetes Risk in ChildrenNew York Times
Study links a lack of sleep in children with increased risk of developing Type 2 diabetesABC News
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The Guardian

What's the one change that's worked for you to tackle sleep problems?
The Guardian
As part of a new series looking at the small changes that can help improve people's lives, we want to hear from people who feel like they have cracked the secret to better sleep, through one change they have made. Perhaps it's following advice to ditch ...

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