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Monthly Archives: December 2014

  • New Sleep Monitoring Device Arrives on Kickstarter

    Seems like every couple of weeks there’s a new sleep technology being introduced on the Kickstarter site, and this week it’s a wearable that looks different and sounds different too. It’s called BodyEcho, and it promises to provide consumers with a glimpse into the way that they sleep by offering data on their sleep stages, any disturbances that are going on in their room that they may not be aware of, their heart rate, and more. The analysis that it provides is said to be much deeper than the information that is currently being provided by the popular wearables that are worn on the wrist. Continue reading

  • Countering Our Hectic Days

    If you were to sit down across from your best friends over a pitcher of beer or a glass of wine and play a game of “Can You Top This” about how hectic your day is or what it is that winds you up so much each day that you have a hard time turning your brain off and falling asleep at night, how long would the game go on? Who would win? Continue reading

  • Anxious? Moody? Try Getting to Bed Earlier!

    Moms and dads worldwide are well aware that the later their kids stay up at night, the tougher the following morning is going to be, and the rest of the day as well. Now researchers at Binghamton University have put science behind the anecdotes and have confirmed that the less sleep you get and the later you stay up, the greater your chances of days filled with worry and negativity. Continue reading

  • How Bedtimes Impact Exercise

    Does this sound familiar? You’re heading out to work, bleary-eyed and wishing you could have stayed under the covers, only to shake your head at the sight of one of your neighbors out jogging in the early morning light. No? Maybe you’re that neighbor who got up at the crack of dawn, full of energy and intent on getting your exercise in before heading off to the rest of your day? Continue reading

  • Alan Alda Challenges Scientists to Explain Sleep

    When you think of Alan Alda, you probably picture your favorite episode of M*A*S*H, the award-winning, long-running television show that ran in the 1970s and 1980s. But there’s more to Mr. Alda then that one role. Among other interests, he has a passion for science and making it accessible to young people, and as a result he initiated a challenge a few years back, inviting scientists to explain difficult concepts in terms that eleven year olds could understand. His initial challenge was to answer the question, “What is flame?” Since that time his questions have become known as the Flame Challenge, and this year’s question will address an issue that many adults would like the answer to as well: What is sleep? Continue reading

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