Sleeping on an Incline Not Safe for Baby

The Consumer Product Safety Commission is warning parents not let a baby sleep in rockers, pillows, car seats or any other product that holds an infant at an incline—with their head higher than their feet.
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Those with sleeping problems, especially younger people, may be at increased risk for cardiovascular disease.
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Authors: Micarelli A, Viziano A, Lanzillotta A, Giorgino FM, Pisano C, Ruvolo G, Alessandrini M Abstract BACKGROUND: Marfan syndrome (MFS) is a rare autosomal dominant connective tissue disorder affecting virtually every organ. Sleep disturbances, associated to high collapsibility in upper airways, are common in MFS; daytime sleepiness could lead to reduction in attention and motor coordination, with detrimental effects on balance. OBJECTIVE: To evaluate otoneurological function in MFS patients, compared to healthy subjects, and to investigate possible correlations with sleep deprivation extent. METHODS: Fo...
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The feeling of abandonment can span through all types of relationships and in this episode, we focus on friendships. Have you ever had a close friend abandon you or have you ever exited a friendship without notice? The emotions and actions surrounding the abandonment of friends can be complex and hurtful, but they are very real and can hurt deeply.  In this episode, Jackie recounts friendships that were very important to her and how she’s handling the loss of them. (Transcript Available Below) SUBSCRIBE &REVIEW About The Not Crazy Podcast Hosts Gabe Howard is an award-winning writer and speaker who live...
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Retired doctor Jill Lafferty, 64, from Woodbury, New Jersey, was diagnosed with the rare, but frightening, sleep disorder exploding head syndrome in November 2017.
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Background Concussion, a commonly reported injury among young athletes, can lead to short- and long-term physical, cognitive, emotional, and sleep-related symptoms. Parents are in a unique position to help identify a possible concussion and to support a...
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Healthcare lost a major leader today when Bernard J. Tyson, Chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente, passed away unexpectedly in his sleep.
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Bernard Tyson, the charismatic chairman and CEO of Kaiser Permanente, died early Sunday morning. He was 60. The company issued a statement Sunday saying Tyson died unexpectedly in his sleep. No cause of death was immediately available. The Kaiser board named Gregory A. Adams, executive vice president and group president, as interim chairman and CEO. Tyson led Oakland-based Kaiser, a nonprofit healt h provider with 13 million members and $82.8 billion in revenue, since 2013. He was named chairman…
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ConclusionsThese mediation results provide new insights into how yoga improves psychological health and suggests promising implications for policymakers aimed at improving public health.
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ConclusionsThe higher DVS and CNAQ scores were significantly associated with higher sleep efficiency. Thus, dietary variety and good appetite might help maintain good sleep quality in urban-dwelling older Japanese adults.
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(Natural News) When the sun goes down and the lights dim, biological rhythms prepare the body and the mind for rest. A calming silence and a cozy darkness await us, but we are too eager to fill this downtime with noise, light, and stimulation from our devices. Reflection, relaxation, and a deep, meaningful sleep are...
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