The upcoming Medtrade Conference & Exposition (Oct 20-23, 2014 in Atlanta) provides a great opportunity to see the latest retail products on the market.
You may find this article from Liberty Voice helpful in explaining to your patients the link between sleeping and eating.
If you suspect that a patient’s stress problems are connected to his or her sleeping habits, this article from The Globe and Mail might point out the extent of the problem and help with some suggestions.
If you’re having trouble motivating your patients to change their sleep habits, a sleep tracking device might help, CBS News reports.
Joy Mangano broke a record at entertainment and lifestyle retailer HSN this past weekend, when she sold close to half a million “Comfort & Joy MemoryCloud pillows.”
Some people can handle stressful situations better than others, and it’s not all in their genes: Even identical twins show differences in how they respond.
If your patients think constantly being awake and productive is helping them, you may want to talk to them about it. Yahoo Health reports on how bad sleeping habits can drain your finances.
The Norman Transcript reports on how sleep patterns change with age, as often observed in nursing homes.
New research from the Duke-NUS Graduate Medical School in Singapore shows long-term sleep deprivation correlates to brain atrophy and lowered cognitive performance, Liberty Voice reports.
The teaser for the season premiere of The Simpsons states, “On September 28, one will die.” We can’t help but be a little concerned that it may be Homer Simpson, and it may be from a sleep-breathing disorder.