Sleep in Media - March 2013

March 28, 2013

"How A Sleep Disorder Might Point To A Forgotten Future" (NPR)

"Sleep Study Reveals How the Adolescent Brain Makes the Transition to Mature Thinking" (Science Daily)

"Sleep can fuse conflicting tasks in brain" (Futurity)

"Sleeping on your back 'increases risk of stillbirth'" (The Telegraph)

"ZZZZZ…..Sleep deprived math derivatives" (Postnoon)

"Choir performs an "Ode to Sleep Deprived Parents" (CBS News)


March 25, 2013

"'Night shift link' to ovarian cancer" (BBC News)

"Sleep Hits the Reset Button for Individual Neurons" (Scientific American)

"Cities of Sleep: Pico Iyer" (The New York Review Of Books)

"Veterans offered new source of support via Telesleep at Houston VA" (Deer Park Broadcaster) 

"Should Your Child's Sleep Patterns Be Tested?" (The Wall Street Journal)


March 23, 2013

"Why do we get insomnia?" (BBC World Service)

"Even with advice, new moms don’t sleep" (Futurity)

"How pushy middle-class parents are turning their children into sleep-starved zombies" (Daily Mail Online)

"Future of learning: sit, swot, sleep" (The Sydney Morning Herald)

"23 Examples Of Sleep In A Combat Zone" (Business Insider)  


March 20, 2013

"Neighbourhood plays role in children’s sleep" (The Montreal Gazette)

"Fatigue Factor: Exhaustion is a baffling symptom of anything from sleep deficit to cancer. This doctor had only one hour to solve the case of the weary woman in his Baja village clinic." (Discover Magazine)

"The Why Factor: Sleep" (BBC World Service) - An 18 minute radio program looking at why we sleep and dream. 

"Going to the loo at night makes you less productive" (Deccan Herald)

"Parenting guide: Of heels, toddlers and sleeping habits" (The Express Tribune)


March 18, 2013

"Insomnia may be an indicator of heart problems to come, study shows" (The Washington Post)

"Lost Sleep Can Lead to Weight Gain" (The New York Times)

"The Staggering Costs of Insomnia: A Call for More Research" (The Huffington Post)

"Sleep drug can boost memory" (Hindustan Times)


March 15, 2013

"Superheroes and Their Sleep Disorders" (The Huffington Post)

"Family docs can treat simple sleep apnea: study" (Reuters)

"The 404 1,224: Where we get in bed with the Sleep Doctor (podcast)" (CNET)  

"Health advice: insomnia" (The Telegraph)

"Men Handle Lack of Sleep Better Than Women" (Red Orbit)  


March 13, 2013

"Rethinking Sleep" (HuffPost Live)

"Nap Benefits: 6 Reasons To Snooze On National Napping Day" (The Huffington Post)

"Sleep study may help determine cause of child's unexplained fatigue, but should not be the first step" (Chicago Tribune)

"Sink into sleep" (The Hindu)

"Video: Empowered Health - Impact of sleep and resistance to Type 2 diabetes" (Vancouver Sun)


March 11, 2013

"Chronic Insomnia Affects Heart" (The New York Times)

"New iPhone app paints pictures of your night's sleep" (Digital Spy)

"5 daylight time facts that will open your eyes" (CBC News)

"Disrupted sleep may be one of the first signs of Alzheimer's disease, warn researchers" (Daily Mail)

"Sleep loss has health risks, study suggests: Sleep deprivation can alter genes, opening way for autoimmune diseases or metabolism or stress disorders, study suggests" (The Toronto Star)

"Trouble Sleeping? Ask Yourself Why" (U.S. News and World Report)


March 5, 2013

"Up All Night: The science of sleeplessness" (The New Yorker)

"Sleep And Exercise: Vigorous Exercisers Report The Best Sleep, Poll Says" (The Huffington Post)

"The dangerous world of sleep-eating disorders" (io9)

"What Makes Sleep Paralysis Scary" (Live Science)

"5 tech-savvy tricks to help you get a good night's sleep" (The Week)

"Spotting Sleep Problems in Special-Needs Children" (U.S. News and World Report)


March 1, 2013

"Sacrificing Sleep Makes For Run-Down Teens — And Parents" (NPR)

"H1N1 Swine Flu Vaccine Tied to Sleep Disorder in British Children" (MSN)

"Children who get a good night's sleep 'have better memories'" (Daily Mail)

"Train yourself to good night's sleep" (Colorado Springs Gazette)

"18-Month-Old Hasn't Slept a Single Night Since She Was Born" (The Stir)


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