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Risky behaviors more common among teens who get too little or too much sleep

August 26, 2016

A new study has found that enforcing your teenager’s curfew is critical to their safety. Results of the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention’s Youth Risk Behavior Surveys conducted...

Severe sleep apnea can cause learning challenges for kids

August 25, 2016

Sleep apnea isn’t just an adult problem. Long known for causing a number of maladies such as daytime fatigue, high blood pressure, and heart and liver problems, new findings by University of Chicago...

Eating seafood once a week may delay memory decline

August 24, 2016

Go ahead — order the lobster. It just might help you avoid age-related memory loss. Eating a weekly meal of seafood that contains omega-3 fatty acids is linked to a lower risk of cognitive decline,...