Sleep in Media - June 2013

June 28, 2013

"Bank employee takes a nap on keyboard, transfers millions" (The Hindu)

"Ultramarathoners: Faster, Higher, Stronger And Sleepier" (NPR)

"Changes needed to reduce fatigue of Canada's medical residents: report" (CTV News)  

"Lack of sleep ups risk of young drivers being in car crashes: Australia study" (National Post)

"Steps for More, and Better, Sleep" (New York Times)

"Electric Jolt May Ease Sleep Apnea" (Medpage Today)

"Quality of Waking Hours Determines Ease of Falling Sleep" (Science Daily)

"Michael Jackson and Sleep Deprivation: Does Poor Sleep Increase Risk of Sudden Death?" (Time Health & Family)

 

June 24, 2013

"Sleep crisis: The science of slumber" (Macleans)

"Why Canadian babies should sleep in cardboard boxes like Finnish babies do" (The Globe and Mail)

"Popular Sleep Drug Ambien Ingrains Bad Memories Into Your Brain, New Research Suggests" (Business Insider)

"Breathing problems may cause insomnia without your realizing it" (The Washington Post)

"The cutest two minutes of your day? Baby ostriches slowly falling asleep" (The Weather Network)

 

June 7, 2013

"Are you sleeping too much?" (CBC Radio) - The Current talks to two authors about how sleep is viewed in society and how it has changed in history

"Sleep deprivation affects ability to make sense of what we see" (Science Codex)

"Insomnia May Double Risk of Prostate Cancer" (The Huffington Post)

"Sleep study finds important gender differences among heart patients" (EurekAlert)

"Using a smartphone or tablet before bed WON'T disrupt sleep - if you dim the lights and hold it a foot away from your face" (Daily Mail)

 

June 5, 2013

"Why Finnish babies sleep in cardboard boxes" (BBC News)

"Study links workplace daylight exposure to sleep, activity and quality of life" (EurekAlert)

"Infant sleep deaths investigated in Ontario" (CBC News)

"Want to fight jet lag? Adjust the lights, psychologist says" (Canada AM)  

"Study: Sleep-Deprived Men More Likely to Assume That Women Want Them" (The Atlantic)

 

June 03, 2013

"Are smartphones disrupting your sleep? Mayo Clinic study examines the question" (Science Codex)

"Flies sleep in stages like us" (Science Alert)

"Stress-Related Insomnia: 3 Strategies to 'Turn your Head Off' So You Can Sleep All Night" - Really interesting breathing techniques (The Huffington Post)

"A Rocket Scientist Explains How a Sleep Study Can Change Your Life" (Forbes)

"Nature and Nurture Key for Tots' Sleep" (Medpage Today)

 

 
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