Sweet Dreams, Sweet Breath: MedGen Inc. Retains TransMedia Group to Send Media a Wake-Up Call About an All-Natural, Quick New Way to Slumber Land
PR firm introduces '4 Good Night's Sleep,' an all-natural melatonin strip that dissolves on the tongue into sweet dreams
BOCA RATON, Fla., July 21 /PRNewswire/ -- TransMedia Group said it was
retained to get the word out about a '4 Good Night's Sleep,' all-natural
sleep aid for peop...
Sleep, baby, sleep: parents' behavior has direct impact on childrens slumber
Montreal, April 7, 2008 Parents who want their babies to sleep through the night would be wise to avoid co-sleeping arrangements or feeding their children evening snacks beyond early infancy. According to a Universit de Montral study published in the April issue of Archives of Pediatrics & Adoles...
Peaceful Slumber said to Restore Memories
It's not just a matter of physical recharge. Researchers say sleep can rescue memories in a biological process of storing and consolidating them deep in the brain's complex circuitry.
Researchers who conducted the experiments said the results may influence how students learn, and someday could be ...
Snoozing May Help Women Shed Baby Weight
...ing a woman's diet, physical activity and sleep patterns -- have not been well studied, researchers report. But as every bleary-eyed new mother knows, slumber
is frequently disrupted or cut short in the first year after a baby's birth.
"Sleep deprivation can cause changes in the levels of hormones involv...
The Max Cure Foundation Announces Its First Charity Benefit: The 'Roar for a Cure' Carnival to Be Held on Saturday, August 22, 2009
...chool; and Brigid, assistant principal at Montauk Public School. Their lives were forever changed on the night of April 3, 2009, when Katy awoke at a slumber
party with excruciating stomach pains. She was raced to the emergency room at Southampton Hospital. By late morning, she and her family were on thei...
Sleep May Be Essential for Long-Term Memory
... Researchers demonstrate that slumber
key to storing memories
WEDNESDAY, June 24 (HealthDay News) -- Researchers at MIT have confirmed that sleep is essential for long-term sto...
Too Much Computer Gaming Can Steal Your Sleep
... Hard-core gamers lose almost two hours of slumber
a night, study suggests
MONDAY, June 8 (HealthDay News) -- The thrills and chills of computer games can be a nocturnal nightmare for some ...
Simmons Celebrates Earth Day by Encouraging Consumers To "Sleep Green"
... Beautyrest Studio™, Beautyrest NxG™, ComforPedic by Simmons™, Natural Care®, BeautySleep®, Beautyrest Beginnings™ and slumber
Time®. Simmons Bedding Company operates 19 conventional bedding manufacturing facilities and two juvenile bedding manufacturing facilities across ...
Melatonin May Ease Sleep Problems in Autistic Children
... Small study finds over-the-counter melatonin reduces time to slumber
FRIDAY, April 17 (HealthDay News) -- Over-the-counter melatonin supplements may help treat sleep problems in children with autism, a small...
Too Little Sleep May Raise Diabetes Risk
... Less than 6 hours of slumber
per night heightened the odds, study found
WEDNESDAY, March 11 (HealthDay News) -- A good night's sleep may help lower your risk of devel...
Brown cancer biologists identify major player in cell growth
...confirmed GABP's critical role in cell growth another way. Simply forcing dormant cells to make GABP, they found, was enough to rouse cells from their slumber
and get them to grow again.
"So we've found a new pathway to control cell growth," Rosmarin said. "Now that we know a way to disrupt GABP and sto...
Brain region linked to fly slumber
... something that is known to occur in vertebrates.
Sleeping flies are similar to sleeping humans. Both are groggy when woken suddenly and need extra slumber
if sleep deprived. It's therefore possible, the authors argue, that a mechanism regulating both sleep and learning could be evolutionarily conserved. ...
Breaks in hibernation help fight bugs
...nter for Infectious Disease Dynamics.
However, animals regularly snap out of their torpor, and become fully active. But such sudden breaks from slumber
eat into much of the animal's stored energy reserves, and it is not fully clear why the animals need to wake up, and how often
Some scientists ...