December 2007

According to study author Nicholas A. Christakis, MD, PhD, MPH, of Harvard Medical School, “When a spouse is hospitalized, the partner’s risk of death increases significantly and remains elevated for […]

Several categories were analyzed: 1. Epidemiology (types of traumas); 2. Consequences of traumatic events in the community; 3. Relationships between PTSD, sleep disorders and public health. 4. Solutions. War, terrorist […]

The blood and urine of 11 men, who he jokingly called “weird” for their indifference to chocolate, were compared to 11 similar men who ate chocolate daily. They were all […]

The research team put the young men on three successive diets: a healthy heart plan with 25 percent of calories from fat and 8 percent saturated fat; a diet with […]

Hypnotic State is Different from Night Sleep Alexander N. Shepovalnikov, M.D., D.Sc. Hypnosis was named after Greek God of Sleep – Hypnos, and for a long time it was believed […]

Delayed sleep-phase syndrome is a disorder in which the major sleep episode is delayed in relation to the desired clock time, resulting in symptoms of sleep onset insomnia or difficulty […]