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For Children, Sleep Disruptions May Hurt Memory

For Children, Sleep Disruptions May Hurt Memory

New research from scientists in Hungary suggests that children with sleep disordered breathing have their memory process disrupted during sleep. Led by Eszter Csabi, the researchers from Eötvös Loránd University and the University of Szeged analyzed different memory processes of 17 children with sleep disordered breathing who were between the ages of 6 and 12, […]

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Orange-Tinted Glasses May Help You Fall Asleep Faster

Orange-Tinted Glasses May Help You Fall Asleep Faster

Would you sport a pair of orange-tinted glasses in the hours before your bedtime for better sleep? Researchers have warned about the consequences of exposure to blue light at night, and many Americans are turning to products to allow them to continue some their favorite activities that involve electronics, watching TV, surfing the net, scrolling […]

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New Research Promotes Quality Sleep Among Our Military

New Research Promotes Quality Sleep Among Our Military

According to a new study conducted by the RAND Corporation, sleep issues are common among our military, especially after deployment to conflict areas. “The U.S. military has shifted from combat operations in Iraq and Afghanistan toward helping service members and veterans reintegrate into noncombat roles,” explains study co-author Wendy Troxel in a press release. “One […]

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Poor Sleep For Toddlers Linked to Behavioral Issues Later

Poor Sleep For Toddlers Linked to Behavioral Issues Later

According to new research, toddlers experiencing sleep issues are at an increased risk for behavioral and emotional issues at both 18 months and age 5. Conducted by researchers from the Norwegian Institute of Public Health and Uni Research Health in Bergen, Norway, the long-term study was published in JAMA Pediatrics this week. The research team […]

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Night Owl Preferences Linked to High Risk of Diabetes

Night Owl Preferences Linked to High Risk of Diabetes

Night owls may possess desirable traits such as being high achievers and having the gift of charm. However, new research reveals their natural sleep preferences could impact their health. According to their published study in the Journal of Clinical Endocrinology & Metabolism, researchers at the Korea University College of Medicine found that night owls are […]

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