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A new study published in the journal Pediatrics finds that children who sleep with televisions and other “small-screened devices” in their rooms get less sleep than those who do not, Reuters reports. The authors analyzed data from 2,048 fourth...
According to Reuters, a new study in PLOS Medicine reveals that using a nightly device to treat sleep apnea may also relieve depression symptoms. The authors conducted 19 trials with a CPAP device, three with MAD devices, and two with both devices. It was...
According to CBS News, a new study published in the Proceedings of the National Academy of Science reveals that using a tablet or e-reader with an illuminated screen before bedtime makes it more difficult to fall asleep and get the proper amount of deep...
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