Saturday, December 31, 2011

Keyword News: [sleep]

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Saturday, December 31, 2011 7:42 AM PST
A third of Brits will be ASLEEP at the start of the New Year
Daily Mail Sat, 31 Dec 2011 07:10 AM PST
According to to study, only 66 per cent of adults in Britain will stay up to see in the New Year. Instead, many of us would rather catch up on sleep than make special efforts to enjoy an 'overrated' night.

Anti-Caturday post [Pharyngula]
ScienceBlogs Sat, 31 Dec 2011 06:48 AM PST
Review the unpleasant nature of the cat's penis . Now contemplate this: "12 feet long and highly mobile" and "gigantic testes that weigh a ton". Although, I do confess, when a pod of these big boys go into rut in your back yard, you'll probably get even less sleep than when the neighborhood cats are in heat. (Also on FtB ) Read the comments on this post...

Lim: Past forward
Sun Star Sat, 31 Dec 2011 04:34 AM PST
TIRED. It’s been a very long year. Last year just seemed longer than all the years of my working life. But really, if I think about it, last year wasn’t really any longer than all the years before that. It’s just me getting olderâ€"faster than all the years before. Sleep-deprived.

Rising from the wreckage
Sun Star Sat, 31 Dec 2011 04:28 AM PST
STILL quite dazed and floating in space as she calls it, 17-year-old Jocehl “Love-love” Cristoria poured out her story that took place at the height of storm Sendong. They were preparing to sleep when they heard a commotion outside their abode in Upper Hinaplanon located a few meters from the river.

One final push
Laramie Boomerang Sat, 31 Dec 2011 04:14 AM PST
“Everybody else is glad to get out for Christmas break. We are glad when it is over so we can sleep and rest.” Such is the life of a high-school boys swimmer and diver when most teams take advantage of a week off from school to crank up some extra training.

Study examines police, sleep disorders
The Spectrum Sat, 31 Dec 2011 04:04 AM PST
ST. GEORGE - A study published this month in the Journal of the American Medical Association that surveyed nearly 5,000 police officers across North America revealed 40 percent of officers had a sleep disorder of some kind.

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