A dentist tells the story of having an adenoidectomy performed on his son to help his nasal breathing, reports Dental Economics.
Use of a light-emitting electronic device (LE-eBook) in the hours before bedtime can adversely impact overall health, alertness, and the circadian clock, according to researchers at Brigham and Women’s Hospital (BWH) who compared the biological effects of reading an LE-eBook compared to a printed book.
This month, the Senate confirmed Mark R. Rosekind, PhD, as the new administrator of the National Highway Traffic Safety Administration (NHTSA). This is significant to the sleep medicine community as Rosekind is a sleep and fatigue expert, whose career has focused on public safety threats posed by fatigue, circadian misalignment and untreated sleep disorders.
Cosmopolitan warns young women about the negative outcomes that can result from not getting enough sleep.
Jennifer Aniston says she suffers from insomnia, and Dr Oz shares his tips to get more rest.
Sleep Review’s webcast Increasing CPAP Compliance is now available for on-demand viewing.
A news report from Fox News provides tips to help your baby get the amount of sleep they need when traveling.
Virgin Media has launched a new sleep-activated TV remote, which will pause and record the show a person is watching if they doze.
When a post-doc in Dr Thomas Scammell’s lab said he’d found that narcolepsy patients have many more histamine neurons than healthy controls, Scammell initially thought the post-doc must have made a mistake.
Excessive daytime sleepiness (EDS) is a well-known symptom of narcolepsy, but EDS isn’t accurately described only as feeling tired during the day, people with narcolepsy say. It also includes cognitive impairments, commonly referred to as “brain fog” among narcolepsy patients.