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Amid ADHD spike, doctors urge closer look at sleep issues

January 24, 2018 Science Daily

Children, Pediatric Sleep Issues, ADHD

Amid a steady rise in the number of children diagnosed with ADHD, debate is brewing whether the condition may be a sleep disorder....

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New insights into how sleep helps the brain to reorganize itself

October 02, 2017 Science Daily

Sleep

Researchers at the Humboldt and Charité Universities in Berlin, led by Dr Julie Seibt from the University of Surrey, used cutting edge techniques to record activity in a particular region of brain cells that is responsible for holding ...

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Custom-made mouthguards reduce athletes' risk of concussion, study shows

August 28, 2017 Science Daily

Preventive Health, Adolescent Sports, Mouthguards, Concussions

High school football players wearing store-bought, over-the-counter (OTC) mouthguards were more than twice as likely to suffer mild traumatic brain injures (MTBI)/concussions than those wearing custom-made, properly fitted mouthguards, ...

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