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Daily Mail

America has hit a 'dreamlessness epidemic', sleep specialist claims: Widespread lack of sleep means fewer of us ...
Daily Mail
Americans are missing out on sleep and dreams to the detriment of our health, a sleep and dream expert claims. Throughout the night, we pass through four stages of sleep several times. We do the majority of our dreaming during the fourth stage, called ...

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Engadget

What we're buying: Instant Pot Ultra, Huel and Sleep Cycle
Engadget
This month is a (mostly) foodie edition of IRL. Nicole Lee sings the praises of the Instant Pot, while Daniel Cooper doesn't last long on the meal-replacement system, Huel. Tim Seppala, however, is just trying to get a good night's rest.

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KPRC Houston

How to test for sleep apnea at home
KPRC Houston
SUGAR LAND, Texas - A lot of people who are not sleeping well are reluctant to see a specialist because they don't want to participate in a sleep study (the kind where a patient sleeps at a clinic), but a Sugar Land doctor said that's all a thing of ...



The Guardian

'My baby went to sleep and didn't wake up': young lives lost to Ghana's silent killer
The Guardian
“My baby went to sleep and did not wake up,” she says. Local tradition mandates that when a baby dies of malnutrition, the baby is taken away. Mary and her husband were not allowed to attend their son's funeral. NGOs in the area are supporting women ...



Why we still don't understand sleep, and why it matters
Medical Xpress
This is true, but the condition is so much more disabling, often accompanied by cataplexy (where a strong emotion causes loss of muscle tone and a ragdoll-like collapse), trippy dreams, sleep paralysis, frightening hallucinations and, paradoxically ...

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Business Insider

The science of how much sleep you actually need
Business Insider
Orwig: Some people have a hard time sleeping at night because they have reduced levels of melatonin in their system. Melatonin is called the sleep hormone. Night owls, for example, don't actually start producing melatonin until much later in the night ...

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Reuters

As winter looms, migrant children sleep rough in northern France
Reuters
CALAIS/GRANDE-SYNTHE, France (Thomson Reuters Foundation) - Every morning before the sun rises, when the frosty air is still and quiet, Afghan migrant Nabi waits for the screeches of trucks bound for Britain in the northern French town of Calais ...

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Reuters

'Despondent' May losing sleep on in-fighting, said Juncker: FAZ
Reuters
“May's face and appearance spoke volumes, Juncker later told his colleagues,” the FAZ added. “She has deep rings under her eyes. She looks like someone who can't sleep a wink.” She smiles for the cameras, it went on, “but it looks forced”, unlike in ...

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Chicago Tribune

Christ Church of Oak Brook students sleep outside to better understand homelessness
Chicago Tribune
The annual event is part of Sleep Out Saturday sponsored by Bridges Communities, an organization that provides transitional housing and education in DuPage County. Christ Church holds its sleep out event two weeks before the official date, Nov. 4, when ...

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Huffington Post Australia

Teenagers Aren't Getting Enough Sleep Because They're Addicted To Screens
Huffington Post Australia
It's the digital age but it may be time for teens to wind back the clock to get the 9.3 hours of shut eye they need every night for the sake of their physical and mental wellbeing. New research shows more teens than ever aren't getting enough sleep and ...
More teens than ever aren't getting enough sleepScience Daily
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Young People Sleeping Less, Likely Due to Increased Smartphone TimeSleep Review
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