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When You Sleep Important for Health

Emerging research suggests that when you sleep is probably more important than how long you sleep as related to cardiovascular health. University of Delaware researcher Freda Patterson and collaborators...
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Do Smartphones Lessen Privacy?

In a new study, researchers from Tel Aviv University (TAU) in Israel argue that “dynamic visibility,” in which technological surveillance is combined with personal information volunteered by individuals online,...
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Work Issues Predict Sleep Problems

New research finds that work issues can impact sleep both concurrently and two years after exposure, indicating prolonged consequences. Investigators discovered quantitative job demands, decision control, role conflict, and...
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