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The Sleep Scientists Embarking on Jet Lag Studies – Sleep Review // Nov. 19, 2018
  Treatments for desynchronosis could also lead to more therapies for other circadian rhythm sleep disorders. By Lisa Spear When Australian sleep scientist Leon Lack, PhD, travels to Europe for...
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Higher Crash Rate for Truck Drivers with Untreated Sleep Apnea // Nov. 13, 2018
The Federal Motor Carrier Safety Administration (FMCSA), reports that over 28 percent of truck drivers have sleep apnea. FMCSA explains that drivers with mild sleep apnea are still qualified for...
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Studies Show That Poor Sleep is One of the Most Common Causes of Weight Gain // Sep. 13, 2018
BOYNTON BEACH, Florida—Sleep and weight gain are closely related, and weight gain is one of the common effects of lack of sleep according to a study published in the journal...
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Household Allergens Can Impact Sleep // Aug. 09, 2018
BOYNTON BEACH, Florida— While everyone does well trying to keep away from common cold and flu germs, most do not take into account the affect household allergens have on their...
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