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Rose MacDowell

The Genetics of Sleep

Sleep is a universal physiological drive with similar processes and rhythms across the human species. Though sleep follows a recognizable pattern, there are numerous differences among healthy individuals. Though some of these differences

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Sleep Education
Rose MacDowell

Sleep and The Brain

We all know how we feel after a long day. Our muscles are tired, our legs heavy, our eyelids ready to close. Though sleep may seem as if it originates in the body,

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The 88 Constellations and Their Brightest Stars

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Sleep Education
Rose MacDowell

Why Do We Sleep?

We all know how we feel when we sleep well, and when we don’t sleep enough. When we sleep, we’re happier, we have more energy, and learning comes more easily. When we don’t

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Sleep Education
Rose MacDowell

What is Sleep?

The pace and priorities of modern society have led many of us to believe that rest and downtime are optional. Work, family, and school schedules may seem to require more hours than exist

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Sleep Education
Rose MacDowell

Rapid Eye Movement Sleep

REM sleep may be the most fascinating and well-studied phase of sleep. Non-REM refers to the minimal eye movements of the first three stages of sleep, while REM refers to the rapid eye

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