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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
The shorter your sleep, the shorter your life: the new sleep scienceThe Guardian
'Catastrophic' lack of sleep in modern society is killing us, warns leading sleep scientistThe Independent
CBS Local -The Daily Meal -Truthdig
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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 ...



ABC15 Arizona (blog)

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger 'couldn't sleep' after staying in tunnel for national anthem
ABC15 Arizona (blog)
"I was unable to sleep last night and want to share my thoughts and feelings on our team's decision to remain in the tunnel for the National Anthem yesterday," Roethlisberger wrote on his Facebook page. "The idea was to be unified as a team when so ...

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WXYZ

How to tell if you've had a good night's sleep
WXYZ
Researchers found that the sleep tracker might measure a good night's sleep, but you may not feel like you actually had one. What can you do if you wake up in the night but can't fall back asleep? That happens to many people and can be quite frustrating.

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wnep.com

Dogs Sleeping in Your Bed: Good or Bad for Your Health?
wnep.com
Make your room a sleep haven. Keep the bedroom dark, quiet, comfortable and cool for the best sleep possible. Keep your thermostat between 60 to 67 degrees at night and make sure your room is free of any noise or light that could disturb your sleep.

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Northeast Indiana Public Radio

New Tool Calculates Cost Of Sleep Disorders
Northeast Indiana Public Radio
According to the National Safety Council or NSC, untreated sleep disorders play into millions in lost productivity and health care costs. A new online calculator measures how lack of sleep and work are linked says NSC President and CEO Deborah Hersman.
New tool reveals high cost of untreated sleep disorders in workplaceNews-Medical.net
Losing sleep? Calculator finds fatigue at work costs Indiana millionsWISH-TV
Exhausted employees are costing companies millionsWLWT Cincinnati

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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 sleeps ...Pittsburgh Post-Gazette
Scientists discover jellyfish to be first brainless animals to sleepDeccan Chronicle

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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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New York Times

Stephen King and Son Team Up for a Novel About Women Whose Sleep Should Not Be Disturbed
New York Times
Now he and his son Owen King have attempted something similar in “Sleeping Beauties.” The small town is Dooling, somewhere in Appalachia within reach of Wheeling, W. Va.'s television and radio signals. The strange situation is this: Women who fall ...

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KTRK-TV

Nurses explain the safest way to let babies sleep
KTRK-TV
"We know that also through all the research, that it shows that infants who used to lie on their tummies is not the best way, because they can't raise their heads, or they can't turn their heads quite yet so sleeping on their back prevents that from ...


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