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The Guardian

Too many children being prescribed melatonin to aid sleep, experts ...
The Guardian
Some specialists concerned use of hormone has become a 'fashionable treatment' for parents who want 'perfect children'
Kids need good sleep as much as nutrition and exercise : TreeHuggerTreehugger

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Daily Mail

Global warming steadily ruining our sleep, study says
Daily Mail
Lead author Dr Nick Obradovich, formerly from the University of California, San Diego, said: 'Sleep has been well established by other researchers as a critical component of human health. Too little sleep can make a person more susceptible to disease ...
Losing sleep over climate changeScience Daily
Climate change is making us sleep worseQuartz
Can't Sleep? Climate Change Will Cause More Sleepless Nights, New Study FindsNewsweek
The Atlantic -Los Angeles Times -The Verge -Science Advances
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Health New Study Finds That Sleep Deprived Brains Literally Eat Themselves
Sleep is a strange thing. I have a theory, though–and it's probably not all that surprising–but going to sleep physically and mentally exhausted is the only way that anyone will get a good sleep. I think I'm an annoying person to share a bed with ...
Lack of sleep may cause your brain to 'eat' itself: studyThe Indian Express
Scientists shocked by huge discovery about sleepMorning Ticker
A Lack Of Sleep Could Be Causing Your Brain To 'Eat'
Christian Post -New Scientist -Journal of Neuroscience
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Daily Mail

Sleep disorders could be a sign of Parkinson's disease
Daily Mail
The cells - called 'REM-active neurons' - switch on when the body enters a state of deep sleep known as REM sleep, or 'rapid eye movement' sleep, when the eyes dart around beneath the eyelids. This is when people tend to experience vivid dreams.
Sleep disorders can give early warning of Parkinson's diseaseCosmos

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'Baby boxes' help new moms stick to safer sleep practices
The AAP recommends room sharing without bed-sharing for safer sleeping, as well as using a firm mattress, breastfeeding, placing the baby on his or her back to sleep, keeping the bassinet or crib bare of blankets, pillows and any other soft items, and ...

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These foods are the ultimate sleep aid
In a perfect world, you'd fall asleep as soon as your head hit the pillow and you'd stay asleep, awaking refreshed a solid eight hours later, but when it comes to the sleep patterns of Australians, many of us could do with a little aid. According to ...

The Sun

How to sleep in hot weather - Here are 12 simple tips for keeping cool in bed
The Sun
WITH summer conditions well and truly here, Brits have been basking in the heat all day, but baking in bed all night. If the heatwave has got you tossing and turning in a sweaty mess, then these tips are essential to make sure you sleep better tonight.
Too hot to sleep? How to stay cool in bed when you don't have air
How to help your little ones get a good night's sleep during the heatwaveGet Surrey

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Maggie Must-Haves: For a better night's sleep
$79.99 at Smart Sound Sleep Mask by Sound OasisHelp your body get the sleep it needs with the ILLUMY Smart Sleep Mask by Sound Oasis. Be the first to experience this revolutionary product on ...


Sana's smart sleep goggles for insomniacs will be out in 2018
These sleep googles by a company called Sana Health cost a lot more than your typical mask, but it promises peaceful sleep 10 minutes after you put them on. That's because they more than just block the light: they have mechanisms inside that chunky, ...

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