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Will a Good Night’s Sleep Make you Smarter?

November 28, 2012


Lack of sleep can cause some pretty serious health issues in human beings, but did you know that it also has a very negative impact on cognitive development and responses? This report by PBS correspondent Miles O'Brien takes you behind the scenes of a sleep experiment that is going on right now and shows that there is a strong link between thinking and sleeping.

We’ve previously touched on some of these issues in a blog post entitled “Myths about Sleep Dispelled”. Why not go and take a look if you have not already read it before? 


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