A Good Night’s Sleep Could Protect You From The Common Cold – Huffington Post

 

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A Good Night's Sleep Could Protect You From The Common Cold
Huffington Post
The study involved 164 healthy people who wore wristbands (similar to fitness trackers) for a week to monitor their sleep habits. Then, participants were given nasal drops containing rhinovirus, the virus that causes the common cold. The subjects were …
Easy way to cut down on colds this fallNewsday
Those who get less sleep are more likely to get a coldmessenger-inquirer
Lack of sleep ups your chances of catching a coldWWL First News
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Cryogenic sleep could become a reality – Sky News Australia

 

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Cryogenic sleep could become a reality
Sky News Australia
Aeronautic engineers say long-term cryogenic sleep could be the key to humans travelling long distances through space. A NASA-funded study has found spaceships would be able to cover much longer distances if they didn't have to support human activity, …
How Travelling To Deep Space In Cryogenic Sleep Could Actually WorkGizmodo Australia

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Insomnia Tx Could Help Combat Sleep Issues in TBI – Monthly Prescribing Reference (registration)

 

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Insomnia Tx Could Help Combat Sleep Issues in TBI
Monthly Prescribing Reference (registration)
Insomnia Tx Could Help Combat Sleep Issues in TBI. Ramelteon may be effective for the treatment of sleep disturbances after a traumatic brain injury (TBI), according to a pilot study published in the journal Archives of Physical Medicine and
Impact of sleep disturbance on recovery in veterans with PTSD and TBIEurekAlert (press release)
Researchers find effectiveness of ramelteon for treatment of sleep News-Medical.net
Ramelteon May Be Useful for Sleep Problems After Traumatic Brain InjurySleep Review

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NeuroOn Mask Could Alleviate Jet Lag Symptoms – Ubergizmo

 

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NeuroOn Mask Could Alleviate Jet Lag Symptoms
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neuroon It is always nice to see a Kickstarter project come to fruition, and while we have seen our fair share of those happening in the past, here is yet another idea that you might want to consider picking up as it is now available in the flesh (as
'NeurOn' Smart Sleep Mask Promises To Eliminate Jet LagiDigitalTimes.com
NeuroOn mask helps you avoid jet lag by tricking brain into changing time zonesDaily Mail
NeuroOn sleep mask rearranges your body clock to beat jet lagMetro
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Sleeping on your side could lower risk for Alzheimer’s disease – AOL.com – AOL News

 

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Sleeping on your side could lower risk for Alzheimer's disease – AOL.com
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Scientists used rodents to test how different sleep positions affect the glymphatic system. The glymphatic system is the waste clearance system for the brain. Researchers found that lying on your side when you sleep is the most efficient position for
Side Sleeping May More Effectively Remove Brain WasteSleep Review
Sleeping on your side may help prevent Alzheimer's disease by flushing out Daily Mail
Can Certain Sleeping Positions Prevent Brain Damage Better Than Others?Shape Magazine
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Scientists Discover A ‘Reset Switch’ That Could Get Rid Of Jet Lag – Elite Daily – Elite Daily (blog)

 

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Scientists Discover A 'Reset Switch' That Could Get Rid Of Jet Lag – Elite Daily
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As someone lucky enough to have family overseas, jet lag is a phenomenon I am all too familiar with; for travelers, it's an unavoidable — and inescapable — annoyance. That is, until now. Researchers from McGill and Concordia Universities in Montreal …

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Sleep apnea, persistent coughs, bipolar attacks: There could be apps for that … – ZDNet

 

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Sleep apnea, persistent coughs, bipolar attacks: There could be apps for that
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The ApneaApp being tested at the University of Washington uses sonar waves sent from the phone's speaker to gauge whether the test patient has sleep apnea and if so how severe it is. The waves bounce off the sleeping patient and the app analyzes the …
3 interesting health apps in the pipeline – iMedicalAppsiMedicalApps

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The weekly grind of social jetlag could be a weighty issue – Science News (blog)

 

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The weekly grind of social jetlag could be a weighty issue
Science News (blog)
Scientists call this phenomenon social jetlag. And it may make for more than just miserable Mondays. Social jetlag may also be associated with wider waistlines. As we learn more about how our body clocks work, it might help to think about how our own …

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