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British Airways to Deliver Happiness via Blankets for Sleep

British Airways to Deliver Happiness via Blankets for Sleep

Our childhood blankies are getting a major upgrade thanks to the innovative twist happening at British Airways with their “happiness blanket.” This unique blanket has been exclusively designed to measure a passenger’s satisfaction during a flight. Business Week tells us that the blanket uses neuro-sensors to analyze levels of stress and relaxation. The blanket itself is […]

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What Really Works to Combat Snoring?

What Really Works to Combat Snoring?

While in the past snoring was simply considered to be an annoying habit, today we know that it’s not something to be ignored. According to the president of the American Academy of Sleep Medicine, Dr. M. Safwan Badr, snoring is a sign that something is going on as you are spending too much energy breathing. […]

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Parental Sleep Habits Linked to Childhood Obesity

Parental Sleep Habits Linked to Childhood Obesity

How often do you consider the sleep habits of your household? Doctors often recommend that parents encourage a healthy diet and a healthy amount of physical activity for their children, and a new study suggests that sleep should also be included. Researchers from the University of Illinois found that sleep habits of parents are closely related to […]

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