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There's a 'catastrophic sleep-loss epidemic,' and it's cutting lives short, expert says
Sacramento Bee
Yawning may be a symptom of a host of problems more severe than a bad night's sleep. That's because losing shut-eye doesn't just make it hard to get through the day without a nap — it can also heighten the risk of heart attacks, strokes, cancer and ...
Sleep Deprivation Could Shave Years Off Your LifeFortune
Try this trick to go straight to sleepLadders
Lack Of Sleep 'Catastrophic' For Your Health, Scientist SaysCBS Detroit
The Guardian -The Independent -ScoopWhoop
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Why Lack of Sleep Might Be Good and Bad for You
Despite our many differences, there is one thing that nearly everyone has in common: sleep deprivation. According to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention (CDC), more than one third of Americans regularly don't sleep enough. The CDC cares ...

The Sun

Survey reveals the secrets to a good night's sleep… from kicking out your partner to putting down the e-books
The Sun
RESEARCH has revealed the formula for a perfect night's sleep - a room temperature of 16 degrees Celsius, curling up on your right hand side… and a few pages of a good old fashioned book before bed. The study also revealed that to achieve zen-like ...

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Harvard Health (blog)

4 ways to help your child get enough sleep
Harvard Health (blog)
Children need sleep, plain and simple. We all do. Without enough sleep, we get cranky and, with time, unhealthy. But for children, it's especially important because the effects of sleep deprivation can lead to lifelong problems. Studies have shown that ...

Sleep Deprivation a Serious Threat: Expert
This "catastrophic sleep-loss epidemic" causes harm to your biology, Matthew Walker, director of the Center for Human Sleep Science at the University of California, Berkeley, told The Guardian. Features of modern life such as long commutes, increased ...


Stephen King and Son Team Up for a Novel About Women Whose ...
New York Times
In “Sleeping Beauties,” by Stephen King and his son Owen, women who fall asleep don't wake up, and grow tendrils that are best left alone.
Stephen King and son team up for a beauty of a horror taleUSA TODAY
Review: 'Sleeping Beauties' lacks page-turning intensityNorfolk Daily News

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Bangor Daily News

Sleep: knowing your body, part 1
Bangor Daily News
Firstly, rest is defined as “a bodily state characterized by minimal functional and metabolic activities,” which leads me to believe that, here, they are referring to sleep, and honestly, this definition doesn't do justice to the important role sleep ...


This student sleep calculator helps young people identify their ideal bedtime
Thanks to the late nights, early mornings and frequents naps – all coupled with a questionable diet and excessive screen use – it's safe to say that the sleep cycle of most UK students is far from perfect. But with countless studies showing the ...

Daily Mail
It's the most popular sleeping position in the country, with 36 per cent of people saying they prefer to sleep on this side. Some 41 per cent of 'lefties' work in marketing or advertising, while 37 per cent are council workers or NHS staff. They are ...

ABC15 Arizona (blog)

Steelers quarterback Ben Roethlisberger 'couldn't sleep' after staying in tunnel for national anthem
ABC15 Arizona (blog)
"I was unable to sleep last night and want to share my thoughts and feelings on our team's decision to remain in the tunnel for the National Anthem yesterday," Roethlisberger wrote on his Facebook page. "The idea was to be unified as a team when so ...

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