The New Yorker profiles the work of Allan Pack and Ying-Hui Fu and explains its implications.
Health professionals are only beginning to understand how sleep disorders can affect your quality to life, reports Australia’s 90.3 ABC.
Sleep is critical for college kids living on their own for the first time, reports News 4 JAX.
If your patients are interested in understanding how their sleep style might impact their life, share this article from The Huffington Post with them.
As different types of sleep sensors grow in popularity, The Guardian examines if they actually do users any good.
NY1 reports on how sleep apnea can be problematic for children, and what the best treatments for children are.
Nine researchers from Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center (BIDM) are among the investigators included in “The World’s Most Influential Scientific Minds 2014,” a comprehensive list compiled by analysts from Thomson Reuters ScienceWatch, a web resource for science metrics and research performance analysis.
Now preferably known as Willis-Ekbom disease, this sensorimotor neurological disorder is characterized by an urge to move the legs. It’s an oft-missed opportunity to improve sleep quality.
As residents near wind turbines are blaming the turbines for ailments including insomnia, at least some courts have sided with wind energy developers, reports Climate Central.
The TimesRecorder profiles Genesis Sleep Disorders Center, focusing on how it’s helped patients in the community.