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Posted on May 19, 2022

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$35 million to support study of sleep disorder linked to neurodegeneration

Posted on October 5, 2021

International team seeks hidden signs of brain damage in REM behavior disorder Read More

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Specialist approaches to prognostic counseling in isolated REM sleep behavior disorder

Posted on February 2, 2021

Luke N. Teigen, Richard R. Sharp, Jessica R. Hirsch, Emmaling Campbell, Paul C. Timm, David J. Sandness, John C Feemster, Thomas R. Gossard, Sarah M. Faber, Tyler A. Steele, Sonia Rivera, Mithri R .Junna, Melissa C .Lipford, MajaTippmann-Peikert, Suresh Kotagal, Yo-El Ju, Michael Howell, Carlos H. Schenck,…Erik K. St Louis. Sleep Medicine, Volume 79, March 2021, Pages 107-112 Read More

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Protocol for the Prognosticating Delirium Recovery Outcomes Using Wakefulness and Sleep Electroencephalography (P-DROWS-E) study: A prospective observational study of delirium in elderly cardiac surgical patients

Posted on January 7, 2021

S Kendall Smith, Thomas Nguyen, Alyssa K Labonte, Mohammad Mehdi Kafashan, Orlandrea Hyche, Christian S Guay, Elizabeth Wilson, Courtney W Chan, Anhthi Luong, L Brian Hickman, Bradley A Fritz, Daniel Emmert, Thomas J Graetz, Spencer J Melby, Brendan P Lucey, Yo-El S Ju, Troy S Wildes, Michael S Avidan, Ben J A Palanca. BMJ Open, Volume 10, Issue 12, 13 December 2020, Article number e044295 Read More

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Scientists Discover A Link Between Lack Of Deep Sleep And Alzheimer’s Disease

Posted on November 16, 2020

From NPR’s All things Considered… There’s growing evidence that a lack of deep sleep increases the risk of Alzheimer’s disease. Scientists say that’s because during deep sleep, the brain removes toxins associated with Alzheimer’s. Transcript ARI SHAPIRO, HOST: We continue to learn about the connection between sleep and Alzheimer’s disease. NPR’s Jon Hamilton brings us this report done with the NPR science podcast Short Wave… …HAMILTON: There’s some evidence that rhythmic sounds can increase slow waves … Read More

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