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Sleep Deprivation (INACTIVE)

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  • The Natural Approach to a Better Night’s Sleep

     
    I’ve always been a light sleeper. It takes me 30 or more minutes to fall asleep at night, and I tend to wake up two or more times. Sometimes I wake and I can’t get back to sleep. My husband is my opposite. He can fall asleep within seconds,...
  • ABC News finds widespread pilot fatigue

     
    Many airline pilots are not getting enough sleep, a situation that endangers passengers, ABC News is reporting. The report from chief investigative reporter Brian Ross airs tonight on "World News" and "Nightline."...
  • Orlando Fringe 20: the 8th Fringe Festival, 1999

     
    Some housekeeping notes as we continue our look back at past Orlando Fringe Festivals: You can see all the blog posts in this series by clicking on “Orlando Fringe 20″ in the small blue type directly beneath the headline on this post. Also,...
  • 'Amazing Race' recap: Son of a Buck

     
    In honor of that counterprogramming known as the Oscars, let’s break down tonight’s episode. Best Foreign-Language Film: “The Adventures of Jed and Cord,” whose stars manage to make the English language sound enticingly alien every...
  • Spring forward: Gifts inspired by daylight saving time

     
    Eek, we’re losing an hour! Don’t forget to shift the clock forward 60 minutes come Sunday at 2 a.m. And you can blame it all on Benjamin Franklin — he’s the guy responsible for the creation of daylight saving time.......
  • Diet, health and sleep: Lifestyle tips from the Opinion section

     
    From an Op-Ed article on how to give up sugar to an editorial recommending more sleep, this week's Opinion pages were packed with lifestyle tips. Here's a roundup, in case you missed them.… Adopt religion (if only for 40 days......
  • Science of Sleep Reveals Critical Health Issues

     
    By Susan J. White NorthShore University HealthSystem We are quickly becoming a chronically sleep-deprived nation, and the consequences may be more serious than dozing off …...
  • Pulling an all nighter = Walking 2 miles

     
    I was one of those enviable new mothers who lost my baby weight within weeks. Then within months, I was quite the emaciated looking thing. I was eating like a horse back then, too. Since I was dropping pounds consistently, I regularly sampled the...
  • Orlando man does his first construction work on ‘Renovation Realities’

     
    Mark Sibons of Orlando acknowledges that his construction and renovation skills are nil. But that didn't stop him from redoing his kitchen on "Renovation Realities," which airs at 9 p.m. Saturday on DIY Network....
  • Guest Blog 3: FAU Dirty Birds update

     
    Ok, this will be day 3 or 4 in the wilds of northern Maine, and I expect to be scratching bug bites, smell like a campfire, and hopefully dead fish, and suffering from sleep deprivation, but I will be......
  • That was no experiment; it was torture

     
    It's a startling and stomach-turning allegation: that CIA doctors subjected suspected terrorists to "Human Subject Research and Experimentation." But a new report from Physicians for Human Rights doesn't deliver on that assertion, which conjures up images...
  • 'Fish Warrior' extreme fishing series starts Monday on National Geographic Channel

     
    Following last Sunday's debut of the extreme fishing series "Monster Fish," the National Geographic Channel offers up another show in the popular genre. "Fish Warrior" follows adventurer and angler Jakub Vágner as he journeys on extreme fishing...