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Fortune

There's a 'catastrophic sleep-loss epidemic,' and it's cutting lives short, expert says
Sacramento Bee
Yawning may be a symptom of a host of problems more severe than a bad night's sleep. That's because losing shut-eye doesn't just make it hard to get through the day without a nap — it can also heighten the risk of heart attacks, strokes, cancer and ...
Sleep Deprivation Could Shave Years Off Your LifeFortune
Lack Of Sleep 'Catastrophic' For Your Health, Scientist SaysCBS Chicago
The shorter your sleep, the shorter your life: the new sleep scienceThe Guardian
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Newsweek

Why Lack of Sleep Might Be Good and Bad for You
Newsweek
Despite our many differences, there is one thing that nearly everyone has in common: sleep deprivation. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, more than one third of Americans regularly don't sleep enough. The CDC cares because ...

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WHAT DOES YOUR SLEEPING POSITION SAY ABOUT YOU?
Daily Mail
It's the most popular sleeping position in the country, with 36 per cent of people saying they prefer to sleep on this side. Some 41 per cent of 'lefties' work in marketing or advertising, while 37 per cent are council workers or NHS staff. They are ...



Bangor Daily News

Sleep: knowing your body, part 1
Bangor Daily News
Firstly, rest is defined as “a bodily state characterized by minimal functional and metabolic activities,” which leads me to believe that, here, they are referring to sleep, and honestly, this definition doesn't do justice to the important role sleep ...



Netdoctor

This student sleep calculator helps young people identify their ideal bedtime
Netdoctor
Thanks to the late nights, early mornings and frequents naps – all coupled with a questionable diet and excessive screen use – it's safe to say that the sleep cycle of most UK students is far from perfect. But with countless studies showing the ...



New York Times

Stephen King and Son Team Up for a Novel About Women Whose ...
New York Times
In “Sleeping Beauties,” by Stephen King and his son Owen, women who fall asleep don't wake up, and grow tendrils that are best left alone.

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NewsOK.com

ADHD may be a type of sleep disorder
NewsOK.com
That provocative and controversial theory has been gaining momentum in recent years, with several studies suggesting strong links between ADHD and the length, timing and quality of sleep. In an era in which even toddlers know the words Netflix and Hulu ...
Health Short: What if the fix for ADHD is better sleep?Sarasota Herald-Tribune

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Newsweek

Trump Said Sleeping Gas on Planes Would Stop Terrorists, but the Plan Could Be Deadly
Newsweek
25_09_Donald_Trump_sleeping_gas_terrorism Donald Trump suggested commercial airline pilots should be able to use "sleeping gas" to stop terrorists during a conversation on "The Howard Stern Show" shortly after the 9/11 terror attacks in October 2001.

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Mother Nature Network

Why would a brainless animal need to sleep?
Mother Nature Network
All of these observations point to jellyfish entering a sort of sleep cycle, but to what end? There's no brain, after all. It's possible the jellyfish's nerves need rest instead. One additional conclusion that the study suggests is that sleep is ...
Scientists just discovered the first brainless animal that sleepsPittsburgh Post-Gazette
Scientists discover jellyfish to be first brainless animals to sleepDeccan Chronicle

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Herald Sun

Childcare staff to overrule parent wishes in national baby sleep safety crackdown
Herald Sun
In a bid to reduce cases of Sudden Infant Death Syndrome, staff will ignore the wishes of parents who want their babies to sleep on their front or side, unless a valid medical reason is provided. The charity Red Nose, which aims to raise awareness of ...


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