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Sleep Deprivation (INACTIVE)

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  • Thea Goodman on her new novel, 'The Sunshine When She's Gone'

    Thea Goodman on her new novel, 'The Sunshine When She's Gone'
    What Chicagoan, trudging through the city in the dead of winter (or early spring), hasn't wished to be somewhere warmer? The vast majority quickly realize that responsibilities tether them here and continue trying to wake up their faces rendered numb by...
  • Nightly ritual can help sleep cycle

     Nightly ritual can help sleep cycle
    Most of us wish we had more hours in a day. Then maybe there would be enough time to get the sleep too many of us are missing. We talked about sleep with Dr. Arnon Rubin, a sleep specialist and pulmonologist at Suburban Pulmonary and Sleep Associates....
  • Know the basics before you buy your next mattress

    Know the basics before you buy  your next mattress
    If you want to get in beach body shape for spring break, don't spare a sagging mattress, especially if you're losing sleep over it. The connection? Recent University of Chicago research concluded that without adequate sleep, fat cells don't properly...
  • A Common Dream For Consistent Sleep In Autistic Child

    A Common Dream For Consistent Sleep In Autistic Child
    There are times on this journey with autism that I ask myself the question: What haven’t I done for my son?  Have I found enough people to help him? Am I spending enough time with him? This is particularly the case when I or my husband are awake...
  • INKED! On the ninth day God created

    INKED! On the ninth day God created
    And on the ninth day God looked down on his planned paradise and his caretaker and said, “How are you going to do all this by yourself?” His caretaker said, “I dunno.” So, on the ninth day God made a migrant farmworker. God...
  • Shift work: Good for your pocketbook, bad for your health

    Shift work: Good for your pocketbook, bad for your health
    These days, it's just good to have a job. But remaining gainfully employed can take a toll on health, especially if your work has you up at odd hours and sleeping irregularly. Shift work, say two studies out this week, poses particular problems for women,...
  • '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...
  • Secret thoughts of a new dad

    Secret thoughts of a new dad
    Always curious about what your guy is thinking -- especially now that he's a pops? TheBump.com asked one brave dad (stay-at-home dad, Tait) to spill what's really going on in those mysterious dude brains of theirs. Here's what he revealed.... Baby...
  • 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......
  • Later school start times and Zzzs to A's

    Later school start times and Zzzs to A's
    As summer winds down, another new school year brings fresh notebooks, sharp pencils and — for many kids — a new cycle of sleep deprivation. With classes that start as early as 7 a.m. and buses that pull up long before sunrise, some 80% of...
  • Lose Weight, Look Great

    Lose Weight, Look Great
    Looking for a way to slim down so you can fit into that bikini? Healthy weight loss isn't easy, mostly because it requires significant lifestyle changes. But it is possible, and it's worth it in the long run. The basic principle of weight loss remains...
  • 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...