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Study reveals link between quality of sleep and risk of dementia
CBS News
NEW YORK -- About a third of adults say they don't usually get enough sleep. Now, there's news of a link between the quality of sleep and the risk of dementia. A new study takes a look at rapid eye movement sleep (REM), or the moment when a person ...
Can poor sleep lead to Alzheimer's or dementia?wtkr.com
People Who Get Less REM Sleep May Be at Greater Risk of DementiaLive Science
Dementia news: Could good night's sleep be key to beating disease?Express.co.uk
Daily Mail -Medical Xpress
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WOTV4women.com

Let tired teens sleep
timessentinel.com
While sluggish starts, missed alarms or pleas to sleep in on weekend mornings have long been associated with “lazy” teenagers, adequate sleep is an integral part of their healthy development. Nearly eight in 10 Indiana high school students sleep less ...
Back to school with Helen DeVos: how many hours of sleep your child really needsWOTV4women.com

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WDIV Detroit

How to use your sleep data
WDIV Detroit
ANN ARBOR, Mich. - Millions of Americans are sporting fitness trackers these days. These devices track your activity, but they also collect data on your sleep. We asked Dr. Cathy Goldstein, a neurologist at the University of Michigan Sleep Disorder ...



Washington Post

Virginia parents to receive free 'baby boxes,' part of campaign to promote safe sleep
Washington Post
Virginia is becoming the latest state to borrow an age-old Finnish approach to countering the troubling trend of infants dying in unsafe sleeping environments. The state's Department of Social Services, along with Children's Hospital of Richmond at ...

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Washington Post

Pediatricians say teens should sleep in. Schools won't let them.
Washington Post
Pediatricians have been clear: Early bell times can spell sleep deprivation for teens and, in turn, a decline in academic performance, an increased risk of car accidents and physical and mental health issues. But according to a recent report by the ...

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NBC4i.com

Parents put face on city's safe sleep campaign
NBC4i.com
COLUMBUS (WCMH) — On Wednesday, the City of Columbus put a face to the safe sleep campaign, real people sharing stories of how they lost a child to a sleep related death. Seven babies have died so far this year in central Ohio before their first ...

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ABS-CBN News

Changing childcare settings can affect kids' sleep
ABS-CBN News
As reported in Sleep Health, online August 10, Chen analyzed data from a large Australian study of more than 3,400 children whose mothers answered survey questions when the children were nine months old and again when they were two-and-a-half years ...

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Quartz

Designers are using “dark UX” to turn you into a sleep-deprived internet addict
Quartz
Last week, Facebook rolled out an update to the design of its News Feed. The design tweaks—near imperceptible pixel spacing and color enhancements—were designed to make Facebook's infinitely updating cascade of stories even easier to consume and ...



What Do Parents Actually Do When It Comes to Their Infant's Sleep Position?
AAP News
With the release last fall of the AAP's revised guidelines on safe sleep, there has been quite a bit of discussion on the practicality of the recommendations all put in place based on evidence-based data to reduce the incidence of sudden unexpected ...



Fox News

The 'sleep diet' may be the simplest way to maintain a healthy weight
Fox News
If you're not sleeping enough, you're obviously going to be tired. Your body is going to get stressed and start sending signals to your body to put on weight. The weight, from your body's perspective, is there as a reservoir of energy. When you feel ...


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