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2014/09/16 07:00
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The National Sleep Foundation calls sleep “food for the brain.” It’s time to rest and repair tissues, and the body requires sleep to function properly and efficiently. Medical experts agree that it’s...
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2014/09/15 14:34
2014/09/15 14:34
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... light is especially good at preventing the release of melatonin, a hormone associated with nighttime. Washington - The pervasive glow of electronic devices may be an impediment to a good...
2014/09/10 15:45
2014/09/10 15:45
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Skipping sleep to fit in a few more hours on the job may actually hurt your work attendance in the long run, according to the first nationally representative study to examine the link between sleep...
2014/09/07 07:53
2014/09/07 07:53
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The pervasive glow of electronic devices might be an impediment to a good night's sleep. That's particularly noticeable now, when families are adjusting to early wake-up times for school. Teenagers...
2014/09/05 17:46
2014/09/05 17:46
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The Pennsylvania Department of Transportation reopened both lanes of the Thomas J. McCall Memorial Bridge in Lehighton on Friday morning, much to the delight of motorists traveling in both...
2014/09/05 15:33
2014/09/05 15:33
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The complete guide to having a productive weekend Some weeks, the thought of the weekend is all that keeps us going. Then we finally get there, and the two days seem to fly by. Sunday evening comes...
2014/09/05 14:51
2014/09/05 14:51
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Now that school has resumed for most school-aged children, parents face the challenge of overcoming summer sleep habits. Sleep, or lack thereof, and technology often go hand in hand when it comes to...
2014/09/04 07:55
2014/09/04 07:55
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It is likely that at some point, most of us have experienced a sleepless night. When sleep is cut short, the body is unable to complete all the steps necessary to repair muscles, consolidate memory...
2014/09/04 05:42
2014/09/04 05:42
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Sleep deprivation could be one obstacle for the academic success and overall health of Nashua students. Teens who don’t get enough sleep can experience physical and mental health problems, an...
2014/09/03 05:37
2014/09/03 05:37
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Like many, last night, I really struggled to fall asleep. Sleep is a bit like queuing in England - we don’t know why we have it but wow, we really can’t do without it. With modern life packed with...
2014/09/02 17:16
2014/09/02 17:16
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For Hampton Roads families, the past few weeks brought a flurry of purchases — clothes, shoes, notepads, pens, book bags and lunchboxes — in preparation for this week. Tuesday, children will once...
2014/09/02 08:46
2014/09/02 08:46
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Digitimes Research: Kickstarter wearables expand presence in sleep tracking industry AL Huang, DIGITIMES Research, Taipei [Tuesday 2 September 2014] Several companies, and their related new wearable...
2014/09/01 13:48
2014/09/01 13:48
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... - As kids all across the country once again set their alarms for back-to-school wake-up calls, one group of doctors says if those students don't snooze, they could lose. The American Academy of...
2014/08/31 08:05
2014/08/31 08:05
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CHICAGO • Many adults tend to dismiss scientific research about the adolescent mind. Perhaps they came of age during a time when children, especially teens, were expected to behave as little...
2014/08/31 06:15
2014/08/31 06:15
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A similar misunderstanding of the child brain seems to be at the heart of the increasingly vocal debate over early start times for school. Though legions of doctors, scientists and parents agree that...
2014/08/30 14:10
2014/08/30 14:10
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The Kennebec Journal of Augusta (Maine), Aug. 28, 2014 If the federal government can't get states to sign on to the Real ID law, it has only itself to blame. All the darkest nightmares of privacy...
2014/08/29 15:00
2014/08/29 15:00
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According to a study performed by the National Sleep Foundation, an estimated 45 percent of adolescents in the United States do not obtain an adequate amount of sleep. According to a study performed...
2014/08/28 21:49
2014/08/28 21:49
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It's back-to-school week for almost all students — and parents are once again experiencing how hard it is to get teenagers up by 6 or 7 a.m. to get ready. Imagine how hard it is for teachers to...
2014/08/27 06:15
2014/08/27 06:15
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Research shows that the typical teen needs 8.5 to 9.5 hours of sleep to function normally. A 2006 survey by the National Sleep Foundation found that 87 percent of high school students were getting...
2014/08/26 17:39
2014/08/26 17:39
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... – As kids all across the country once again set their alarms for back-to-school wake-up calls, one group of doctors says if those students don’t snooze they could lose. The American Academy of...
2014/09/16 07:00
2014/09/16 07:00
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