Monthly Archives: December 2018

Sleep, brain power and aging

In this study Sho Nakakubo, from the National Centre for Geriatrics and Gerontology in Japan, led a team of researchers examining the links between length of sleep, excessive daytime sleepiness and cognitive decline in a sample of 3,151 people all … Continue reading

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Owls, larks, shifts and sleep

Jet lag occurs when people’s sleep patterns are disrupted after flying back from a fortnight in Barbados. Social jetlag occurs when people work a night shift packing biscuits in Bolton and it was this that Gerben Hulsegge, from the Public … Continue reading

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