Sleep in Media - October 2014

Oct 26, 2014

Sleep difficulties common among toddlers with psychiatric disorders
(Science Daily, October 23,2014)

Resetting the circadian clock: Shift workers might want to skip high-iron foods at night
(Science Daily, October 21,2014)

CPAP use for sleep apnea does not negatively impact sexual quality of life
(Science Daily, October 21,2014)

Sleep duration affects risk for ulcerative colitis
(Science Daily, October 21,2014)

Simple steps can lead to safe sleep for infants
(Science Daily, October 15,2014) 

The Dangers of Eating Late at Night
(New York Times, October 25,2014)

 

Oct 20, 2014

Jet lag doesn’t just leave travellers feeling rotten – it is also being blamed for making them fatter
(Telegraph, October 16, 2014)

Lack of sleep increases risk of failure in school
(Science Daily, September 23, 2014)

Sleeping on sofas increases infant deaths
(Globe and Mail, October 14, 2014)

Want to Ace That Test? Get the Right Kind of Sleep
(New York Times, October 16,2014)

Hard Lesson in Sleep for Teenagers
( New York Times, October 14, 2014)

 

Oct 10, 2014

Insomnia among older adults may be tied to sleep quality, not duration
(Science Daily, October 8, 2014)

Vicious cycle in osteoarthritis: Sleep disturbance, pain, depression, disability
(Science Daily, October 6, 2014)

Falling asleep: Revealing the point of transition
(Science Daily, October 2, 2014)

Tongue size, fat may predict sleep apnea risk in obese adults
(Science Daily, September 30, 2014)

Brain changes identified in alcohol-related sleep disturbances
(Science Daily, September, 29, 2014)

Does moving to the country help you sleep better?
(The Telegraph, September 26, 2014)

Light exposure can help stave off jet lag
(Toronto Star, September 29, 2014)

 

 
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