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Sleep Deprivation Plagues These Cities Most, Says Fitness Tracker Data: Why Urban Bedtimes Suffer
Sleep is one of the three pillars of health alongside exercise and nutrition, so why do Americans keep treating it as if it's a place to borrow time from? A new tracking device has served itself as a useful tool for people to get back on track or maintain their already healthy lifestyle, but it has also provided the makers a wealth of information ... (more)
Tue Aug 19, 2014
Albany Times Union
Relearning lessons of sleep
Most parents will agree that our favorite time of year will soon be upon us: back to school.
6 Sleep Secrets For Your Best Beauty Rest
The medical community has become increasingly aware of the importance of a night's worth of quality sleep as more research unfolds itself into the watchful eyes of a sleep-deprived America.
Napz, The New Natural Short-Term Sleep Aid Wakes Up Market
Napz is available without a prescription on the company's website, www.napz.com as well as Amazon.com.
Mon Aug 18, 2014
Back 2 School: Setting sleep schedules
ONE OF THE HARDEST PARTS ABOUT HEADING BACK TO SCHOOL IS READJUSTING TO THAT SCHEDULE.
South China Morning Post
Japanese firms encourage workers to sleep on the job
In Japan, inemuri - or "sleeping while present" - is considered the preserve of employees exhausted by their commitment to work, rather than a sign of indolence.
Sun Aug 17, 2014
10 tips for limiting the effects of "jet lag"
It really doesn't matter whether you're a "Road Warrior" or an infrequent leisure traveler.
Off-hour workers get little help from sleep, alertness pills
We have re-imagined our design in a bold new way. Before we roll it out for everyone, we are giving select readers an opportunity to try out the new design.
WTSP-TV Saint Petersburg
Back to school tips for K-12Back to school tips for K-12If you plan...
Back to school tips for K-12 Make sure your child's clothes are prepared the night before to save them time in the morning.
Sat Aug 16, 2014
School board was wise to wait - Sat, 16 Aug 2014 PST
Even though it is totally against my nature, I wish to publicly laud the Spokane Public Schools board for its recent decision to delay a resolution on school start times.
Fri Aug 15, 2014
Moderate/serve sleep apnea linked to high blood pressure
Sleep apnea is a disorder characterized by pauses in breathing or instances of very low breathing during sleep.
Medical News Today
FDA approves new type of sleep drug, Belsomra
The U.S. Food and Drug Administration today approved Belsomra tablets for use as needed to treat difficulty in falling and staying asleep .
Appian Medical Secures $580K in Seed Funding for Sleep Apnea Diagnostic Solution
The software uses neural network algorithms, a form of artificial intelligence, to detect the presence of OSA from the analysis of sound characteristics associated with snoring and airway collapse.
Thu Aug 14, 2014
With Insomnia, Mind May Also Wander During Day
People with insomnia have trouble concentrating during the day because the "wandering mind" areas of their brains may not be turned off, according to a new study.
8 Surprising Effects of Obesity
By now you've probably heard that obesity increases the risk of heart disease and diabetes.
Sleep Apnea Doctors US is Now Providing Innovative Solutions for...
Sleep Apnea Doctors dot US is now providing innovative solutions for sleep doctors looking to recruit new sleep apnea patients.
Wed Aug 13, 2014
The Teen Who Woke Up Her School
On a typical school night, Jilly Dos Santos was lucky if she got four to six hours of sleep.
FDA Approves New Kind of Insomnia Drug
A new prescription insomnia drug that's the first of its kind was approved by the U.S. Food and Drug Administration on Wednesday.
Suicide Risk Increases For Adults Who Have Poor Sleep Quality
Sleep has claimed another health risk, as it now increases the odds of becoming suicidal in older adults.
Poor sleep quality increases suicide risk for older adults, study finds
Older adults suffering from sleep disturbances are more likely to die by suicide than well-rested adults, according to a study led by a researcher at the Stanford University School of Medicine.