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Sleep Duration and Cardiometabolic Health Circulation; ePub 2016 Sep 19; St-Onge, et al September 28, 2016 Clinical Guidelines for September/October 2016
- Slumber party: reptiles, like us, have REM sleep and may dream
Research in a German laboratory involving five lizards called Australian bearded dragons indicates that these reptiles may dream and could prompt a fundamental reassessment of the evolution of sleep. Scientists said on Thursday they have documented for the first time that reptiles, like people, experience rapid eye movement, or REM, sleep and another sleep stage called slow-wave sleep. Until now, only mammals and birds were known to experience these.
- Sleep, Memory and Psychiatric Health
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- Sleep and Sleep Disorders in the Older Adult - Research on Aging
As we age it becomes more difficult to get a good night's sleep. Failure to get adequate sleep not only affects our health but also poses a danger to society by contributing to traffic and industrial accidents. Some sleep disorders can even be life threatening. Jose S. Loredo, MD, MS, MPH, FCCP, professor of clinical medicine and medical director of the UC San Diego Sleep Medicine Center and VA University of California Television (UCTV) Published on Mar 5, 2014 (http://www.uctv.tv)