Monday, May 7, 2012

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Monday, May 07, 2012 3:42 PM PDT
Syrian refugees fear they'll never see home again
Reno Gazette-Journal Mon, 07 May 2012 15:40 PM PDT
Young boys hang out outside Yayladagi refugee camp. / By Portia Walker, for USA TODAY ANTAKYA, Turkey (USA TODAY) â€" Abdul Rahman can't sleep. Forced to flee after Syrian troops burned down his home, he lives in a safe house in Turkey with Syrian army defectors in their 20s.

SR-407 project to eliminate traffic lights to OIA
WFTV 9 Orlando Mon, 07 May 2012 15:09 PM PDT
The Expressway Authority said it wants to spend $70 million to improve part of the SR-417 near Orlando International Airport. Officials will soon build a flyover, so drivers can get to the airport directly from the toll road. That means fewer cars will be traveling on Boggy Creek Road. “Anything that'll give me an extra 15 minutes of sleep,” said one airport worker. “That'll work.” The road ...

Snap decision to sleep in
Queensland Times Mon, 07 May 2012 14:56 PM PDT
THANKS to the Labour Day holiday, many Ipswich residents took the chance to sleep through Monday's chilly sunrise.

Sleepy? Study shows you're more likely to overeat
Standard-Examiner Mon, 07 May 2012 14:27 PM PDT
Here's a new spin on the saying, "If you snooze you lose." What if the "lose" part applied to your weight? No, it's not as simple as going to sleep and waking up slimmer. Alas. But a recent Harvard study does suggest that people who get a good night's rest find it easier to resist overeating -- especially when it comes to gorging on high-calorie foods like ice cream, cheeseburgers or French ...

Using Earplugs Eases ICU Patients' Confusion: Study
HealthDay via Yahoo! News Mon, 07 May 2012 14:06 PM PDT
MONDAY, May 7 (HealthDay News) -- Giving earplugs to patients in the intensive care unit can improve their sleep, reduce their confusion and delay the onset of delirium, according to a new study.

In Mexico, rising tension at shelter for migrants
Los Angeles Times Mon, 07 May 2012 13:58 PM PDT
Migrants watch television and sleep in THE crowded San Juan Diego migrant shelter in Tultitlan, Mexico. ( Keith Dannemiller, For The Time / April 13 , 2012 )

Toronto researchers developing device to diagnose sleep apnea at home
Brandon Sun Mon, 07 May 2012 13:37 PM PDT
TORONTO - When Kathy Donkner was diagnosed with sleep apnea, she spent several nights in a sleep lab, hooked to scores of electrodes tying her to a device that gathered data about her breathing and sleep patterns.

Sleepy teen pedestrians more likely to get hit
CBS 42 Birmingham Mon, 07 May 2012 13:00 PM PDT
BIRMINGHAM, Ala. â€" A University of Alabama at Birmingham study reveals sleep-deprived adolescents are more likely to be hit by cars while crossing the street than those who are well-rested. “These 14- and 15-year-olds are perceived to be safe pedestrians, but we found that when they are sleepy they take more risks when crossing the street,” said Aaron Davis, M.A., author of the study and a ...

Overweight? New research explains how proper sleep is important for healthy weight
Science Daily Mon, 07 May 2012 12:12 PM PDT
A new report shows that counting calories to lose weight is only part of the equation. Scientists show that impairments to a gene responsible for our internal body clocks, called "Rev-Erb alpha," leads to excessive weight gain and related health problems. This research provides insights into the importance of proper alignment between the body's internal timing and natural environmental light ...

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