Top Menu

Archive | November, 2014

Sleeping on Animal Fur Reduces Asthma Risk for Newborns

Sleeping on Animal Fur Reduces Asthma Risk for Newborns

For parents, what sleeping habits they want to encourage with their newborns is a personal decision.  However, new research presented at the European Respiratory Society International Congress in Munich this past September suggests that parents may want to consider allowing their babies to sleep on animal fur to lower their risk of asthma and allergies. […]

Continue Reading 0
Teens With Earlier School Start Times More Likely to Crash

Teens With Earlier School Start Times More Likely to Crash

When it comes teenagers getting enough sleep plenty of factors work against them, including hormones and school start times. On the heels of the National Sleep Awareness Project’s “Awake at the Wheel” campaign, new research reports that teenagers who have earlier school start times are at a significantly higher risk of being involved in motor […]

Continue Reading 0
Your Next Sleep Tracking Device May Be From Nintendo

Your Next Sleep Tracking Device May Be From Nintendo

Could Nintendo be the answer to boosting your sleep? Last month, the Japanese game company announced that it is currently developing a device that will measure its user’s fatigue levels and “map their sleep.” Reuters reported that the innovative sleep device will be the first product offered by Nintendo’s newly created healthcare division and will […]

Continue Reading 0

Powered by GF Digital.