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It's no secret that many in our modern age have trouble getting the sleep they need 70 million Americans suffer from chronic sleep issues, according to the CDC and now that problem is popping up as a plot point in the literary world.
Paula Witt-Enderby, a Duquesne professor of pharmacology, and Mark Swanson, a naturopathic physician, are seeking 20 female postmenopausal volunteers who've been diagnosed with osteopenia-related bone loss and who are considering treatment to
It's just one hour of time shift but that's enough to create a disruption of the body's internal clock, scientifically termed "the circadian rhythm." Sleep loss has consequences beyond our needing to stifle a yawn or consume more caffeine to remain
We probably all know about counting sheep, or letting sleeping dogs lie, but the facts about forty winks in the animal kingdom are still subject to debate. The mystery of sleep remains a source of fascination for biologists but at the last count they
The average person is now more concerned about watching TV and catching up on social networks updates before turning in for the night...Scientists in the U.S. studied the diets and sleep patterns of more than 4,500 adults and concluded that certain
SunSprite is the first completely solar-powered device and app combination to accurately measure bright light, helping users attain the physical and mental benefits of light exposure. SunSprite debuted on Indiegogo today, marking the official launch
Central Morning Snowy Owls in Newfoundland Feb 21, 2014 6:22 This province has reported record numbers of the snowy owls, mostly on the Avalon. Jared Clarke is a bird lover and bird watching guide who has been tracking the snowy owl and the reasons
With no sign of winter weather letting up any time soon, it seems there are more people suffering from seasonal affective disorder (SAD) than ever. Seasonal affective disorder, or seasonal depression, usually occurs during the winter when daylight
Bluish' Light May Help Alzheimer's Patients Find Bearings February 19, 2014 4:00 PM Light has long been used to treat people with various illnesses, including Seasonal Affective Disorder. Now, researchers at the Lighting Research Center at Rennselaer
Living in England, I've spent the last few months in very dreary weather. It rains a lot, it's cold, and it's often cloudy for a good portion of the day, if not the vast majority. It's just a part of living here when you decide to move to England, it'