Sleep in Media - November 2014

Nov 30, 2014

Sleep apnea linked to poor aerobic fitness
(Science Daily, November 24, 2014)

Teens with earlier school start times have higher motor vehicle crash rates
(Science Daily,November 14, 2014)

Protein that rouses brain from sleep may be target for Alzheimer's prevention
(Science Daily,November 24, 2014)

Obstructive sleep apnea treatments may reduce depressive symptoms
(Science Daily, November 24, 2014)

Scientists prevent memory problems caused by sleep deprivation
(Science Daily, November 18, 2014)


Nov 19, 2014

Sleep disorders found to be highly prevalent in firefighters
(Science Daily, November 14, 2014)

Older women with breathing problems during sleep more likely to experience decline in ability to perform daily tasks
(Science Daily, November 12, 2014)

Insomniac, but Not Sleep-Deprived
(New York Times, October 27, 2014)

Sleep apnea linked to problems with spatial memory
(Globe and Mail, November 3, 2014)

Diabetes and sleep loss go hand in hand
(Toronto Star, November 3, 2014)


Nov 11, 2014

Innovative study utilizing video games shows sleep apnea may affect memory of everyday events
(Science Daily, October 28, 2014)

High rate of insomnia during early recovery from addiction
(Science Daily, November 5, 2014)

Insomniac, but Not Sleep-Deprived
(New York Times, October 27, 2014)


Nov 06, 2014

Self-reported sleep disturbances linked to higher risk for Alzheimer's disease in men
(Science Daily, October 28, 2014)

Take a walk in the sun to ease time change woes, sleep expert says
(Science Daily, October 30, 2014)

From age 8 to 80, expert reveals the price we pay for not sleeping
(Science Daily, October 29, 2014)

Insomnia increases risk of motor vehicle deaths, other fatal injuries
(Science Daily, October 31, 2014)

Surgery for sleep apnea improves asthma control
(Science Daily, November 04, 2014)

The Healing Power of Sleep
(Science, October 24, 2014) 

Hard Lesson in Sleep for Teenagers
(New York Times, October 20,2014)

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