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Dr. Grandner has been featured in hundreds of reports, including nearly every major news outlet:

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He has also appeared as an expert discussant and guest on a number of televised news and health programs:

He has appeared numerous times in magazines including TIME, US News, Consumer Reports, The Atlantic, Real Simple, Outside, Elle, Allure, Cooking Light, O, Prevention, Women's Health, Parents, Psychology Today, Men's Health, Scientific American, Self, Health, Yoga Journal, Dance, Cosmopolitan, Women's Day, Nutritional Outlook, Runner's World, Men's Fitness, Bottom Line Health, Shape, Redbook, Harper's Bazaar, Monitor on Psychology, AARP, and others.

He has also appeared in dozens of newspapers, including the New York Times, USA Today, LA Times, Chicago Tribune, Philadelphia Inquirer, Wall Street Journal, Daily Mail, Guardian, New York Post, Washington Post, Boston Globe, Arizona Daily Star, Seattle Times, and many others.

He has appeared on radio, including shows broadcasting both satellite (e.g., various SiriusXM shows) and terrestrial signals, including local shows and public media. His work has been featured on NPR's Science Friday.

Many websites have featured him and/or his work, including Huffington Post, Lifehacker, IFLScience, The Onion, Medscape, WebMD, Jezebel, MyFitnessPal, Popsugar, Thrive Global, and hhundreds of others.

See below for links to articles that he has been quoted in.

Since many of these have been picked up and republished on numerous websites, not all articles are linked to directly (that would require thousands of links). Instead, links to key articles appear below and links to date-specific google searches are provided, so that you can get access to all the artiles published in that date range. (Note that some of these Google results are not about him, but most of them are, and all of the linked articles are ones that he is featured in).

June, 2018

Not getting enough sleep can lead to obesity (Metro)

Improved sleep quality may help reduce junk food cravings and night-time snacking (Diabetes.co.uk)

Sleep Disorders May Signal Depression in Young Athletes (Psych Central)

Study: Poor sleep can lead to bad eating habits, medical issues (UPI)

Study Links Poor Sleep, Nighttime Snacking and Obesity (Psych Central)

Why Sleep Deprivation May Cause Diabetes (Dr. Oz)

Facing wrath of your boss? Inadequate sleep is making you unproductive (Economic Times)

Your terrible sleep habits are making you eat more junk food (Ladders)

UA study links sleep loss with nighttime snacking, junk food cravings, obesity, diabetes (Eurekalert)

Poor sleep at night could mean decreased work productivity in the morning (Eurekalert)

Poor Sleep Slows Work Productivity (Medscape)

Sleep loss linked to nighttime snacking, junk food cravings, obesity, diabetes (Science Daily)

Study Links Sleep Loss With Nighttime Snacking, Junk Food Cravings, Obesity, Diabetes (Science Blog)

Study Shows Link Between Poor Sleep And Food Cravings (KJZZ)

The Easiest Way to Curb Late Night Snacking (Eat This, Not That!)

Decreased output at work? Poor sleep is to be blamed (Business Standard)

Link Found Between Sleep Loss And Late Night Snacking, Junk Food Cravings, Obesity, Diabetes (Tech Times)

Night time snacking linked with poor sleep (The Hindu)

Insomnia Linked to Junk Food and Nighttime Snacking (Newsmax)

Night time snacking linked with poor sleep, obesity (IndiLeak)

Sleep loss could cause obesity, diabetes (New Telegraph, Nigeria)

The Easiest Way to Curb Late Night Snacking (MSN)

Eating junk food in night leads to poor sleep (ANI, India)

You Are Not Alone! 1 in 4 Americans Develop Insomnia Each Year! (the Sleep Forum)

Study links sleep loss with nighttime snacking, junk food cravings, obesity, diabetes (Food World News)

One in four Americans develop insomnia each year (Eurekalert)

Poor sleep could be reason for decreased work productivity (Asian Age)

Poor sleep linked to junk food cravings, nighttime snacking, obesity, and diabetes (Medical Tech News)

7 Things to do before sleeping for better health (Fittogram)

Sleep More this Weekend, It May Prolong Your Life (Global Dispatch)

Night Time Snacking Linked With Poor Sleep, Obesity (Odishatv, India)

One in four Americans develops insomnia each year (Penn Today)

Decreased output at work? Poor sleep is to be blamed (Siasat Daily, India)

Night Time Snacking Linked With Poor Sleep, Obesity (Mid-Day.com, India)

Decreased output at work? Poor sleep is to be blamed (Sify News, India)

Night time snacking linked with poor sleep, obesity (The Statesman)

Late-Night Snacking Linked To Poor Sleep And Obesity (Doctor NDTV)

Penn study finds about 75 percent of those with insomnia recover normal sleep (Sleep Boston)

Eating Junk Food In Night Leads To Poor Sleep (Republic World)

Night Time Drinking Water Linked With Good Sleep And Decrease Obesity, Says Study (Times Trends)

Decreased output at work? Poor sleep is to be blamed (Asian Age)

Night time snacking linked with poor sleep, obesity (Morung Express, India)

Eating junk food in night leads to poor sleep (Tribune India)

LACK OF SLEEP LINKED WITH NIGHTTIME SNACKING AND JUNK FOOD CRAVINGS FINDS NEW RESEARCH (Voice of Asia)

Sleep Paralysis Is Linked to Depression but Nothing to Fear (ScarySymptoms)

SLEEPONOMICS (Wink and Rise)

Poor Sleep at Night Could Mean Decreased Work Productivity in the Morning (Sleep Forum)

Lack of sleep linked with nighttime snacking and junk food cravings, new research finds (Malay Mail)

Weight loss tip, eating junk food in the night robs you of sleep time, quality (Hindustan Times)

Lack of sleep linked with nighttime snacking and junk food cravings, finds new research (Inquirer)

Sleep Paralysis and Hallucinations Prevalent in Student Athletes (Sleep Review)

Night time snacking linked with poor sleep, obesity: Study (Indian Exrpress)

Unhealthy midnight cravings linked to poor sleep, obesity: Study (Deccan Chronicle)

Night time snacking linked with poor sleep, obesity (Protham Alo, Bangladesh)

Night time snacking linked with sleep loss and obesity, says study (India TV)

Study Finds People Who Don’t Sleep Enough Are Less Productive at Work (Sleep Zoo)

Here’s how a good night’s rest can help you improve your productivity at work (Hindustan Times)

Lack of sleep impacts workplace productivity negatively: Study (Deccan Chronicle)

Athletes: Sleep paralysis and hallucinations (Daily Trust)

Poor sleep is to be blamed for decreased output at work (Health Site)

Study: Night time snacking linked with poor sleep, obesity (Health Site)

Several sleep-related symptoms linked to decreased work productivity (Deccan Chronicle)

The Link Between Food and Sleep (Taste for Life)

Night time snacking linked with poor sleep (The Hindu)

NIGHT TIME SNACKING LINKED WITH POOR SLEEP, OBESITY (The Pioneer)

Sleep Loss Linked to Snacking, Junk Food Cravings, Obesity, Diabetes (LaboratoryEquipment.com)

Is Your Lack Of Sleep Resulting In Junk Food Cravings? (Longevity)

Poor sleep may fuel harmful eating habits and diabetes (ALAD)

Sleep deprivation may contribute to our craving for unhealthful foods, leading to a night-time snacking habit, recent research suggests. This, in turn, can heighten the risk of obesity and diabetes. (Sleep Boston)

The Sleep Complaint with the Worst Impact on Work Productivity? Moderate to Severe Insomnia (Sleep Review)

Night Time Snacking Linked With Poor Sleep, Obesity (News 18 India)

1 in 4 Americans Develop Insomnia Each Year (Penn Medicine News)

NIGHT TIME SNACKING LINKED TO POOR SLEEP, OBESITY (Ahmedabad Mirror)

Poor sleep may fuel harmful eating habits and diabetes (Global Village Space)

Sleep loss linked to nighttime snacks and more (Cordova Times)

Poor Sleep Quality A Predictor of Junk Food Cravings, Suggests Phone Survey Study to Be Presented at SLEEP 2018 (Sleep Review)

Poor sleep at night lowers your work productivity in the morning (Knowridge Science Report)

Sleep loss linked to nighttime snacking, obesity (Daily Trust)

Sleep loss linked to nighttime snacking, junk food cravings, obesity, diabetes (Science Daily)

SLEEP LOSS LINKED TO NIGHTTIME SNACKING, OBESITY, DIABETES (Infowars)

Study links sleep loss with nighttime snacking, junk food cravings, obesity, diabetes (Medical Xpress)

Sleep Loss Linked to Nighttime Snacking, Obesity (Tasnim News Agency)

Sleep paralysis and hallucinations are prevalent in student athletes (Medical Xpress)

Poor sleep may fuel harmful eating habits and diabetes (KUSI San Diego)

Sleep paralysis, hallucinations found to be widespread in student athletes (News Medical)

Sleep problems associated with decreased work productivity (News Medical)

Poor sleep linked to junk food cravings, nighttime snacking, obesity, and diabetes (News Medical)

Study: Student Athletes Often Suffer Sleep Paralysis, Hallucinations In Bed (Studyfinds)

Poor sleep at night could mean decreased work productivity in the morning (Medical Xpress)

Poor Sleep Quality A Predictor of Junk Food Cravings? (The Academy of Sleep and Wellness)

Sleep paralysis, hallucinations may raise depression risk in some people (Medical News Today)

Sleep paralysis and hallucinations are prevalent in student athletes (Eurekalert)

Most multivitamin users sleep between 5 and 9 hours daily (Healio)

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May, 2018

9 Things to Avoid To Get A Good Night's Sleep (Shared)

To Have Better Sex, Do This Every Day (ABC Today Canada)

10 Questions With: Sleep Expert Michael Grandner (CBS San Francisco)

Sleep In This Weekend -- Science Says It Might Help You Live Longer (ABC San Antonio)

Sleeping In On The Weekend Could Save You From An Ealy Death, Says Study (Science Alert)

How Sleeping In At the Weekend Could Help You Live Longer - Study (NZ Herald)

Go Ahead, Sleep In This Weekend. It Could Help You Live Longer (Q13 FOX Seattle)

Sleeping In Over The Weekend Increased Life Span (Rwanda New Times)

Thinking Of Sleeping In This Weekend? It Might Help You Live Longer (St. Louis Post-Dispatch)

Get That Beauty Sleep! Study Shows Sleeping In On The Weekends Can Help You Live Longer (FOX6 Milwaukee)

You Can Catch Up On Sleep Debt On Weekends, Study Suggests (Boston Globe)

Study Suggests You Can Live Longer By Sleeoing In On The Weekends (Sun Journal)

A Few Extra Winks: People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young (Bennington Banner)

Sleep Deprivation Impacts Performance Even If You Don't Feel It (Voice of the Times)

5 Gadgets To Improve Your Well-Being (Realtor Magazine)

Eating Junk Food Might Lead to Poor Sleep (Gulf Daily News)

Best Sound Machines of 2018 (Top 10 Reviews)

10 Ways to Boost Your Energy After A Sleepless Night (Insider)

Fitbit Versa: A Smarter Way To Track Sleep (Phillipine Star)

5 Sleep Apps That Actually Work (Outside)

Need An Excuse to Sleep In During Weekends? It Could Keep You Alive Longer, Study Says (Miami Herald)

I Took Melatonin Every Night - Until I Learned This (My Domaine)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (My San Antonio)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (SF Gate)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (Jewish World Review)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (Bangor Daily News)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (The Mercury News)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (The Virginian-Pilot)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (British Pakistanis Online)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (Gulf News USA)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (The Morning Call)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (Chicago Tribune)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (Straits Times)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (Grand Forks Herald)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (Duluth News Tribune)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (Sydney Morning Herald)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (NDTV)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (Press Herald)

People Who Sleep In On Weekends Avoid Dying Young, Study Suggests (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Forget the Alarm: Don't Feel Guilty About Those Lazy Weekends (CCHC)

Study Shows Link Between Poor Sleep and Food Cravings (KJZZ)

Study Says Sleeping In On Weekends Could Help You Live Longer (CBS DFW)

Sleep Better, Live Longer (Further)

To Have Better Sex, Do This Every Night (Health)

Sleeping In On The Weekend Can Compensate for Lost Sleep, Study Says (Detroit Free Press)

Sleeping In On The Weekend Can Compensate for Lost Sleep, Study Says (9 News Denver)

Sleeping In On The Weekend Can Compensate for Lost Sleep, Study Says (CBS 19)

Sleeping In On The Weekend Can Compensate for Lost Sleep, Study Says (12 News Beaumont)

Sleeping In On The Weekend Can Compensate for Lost Sleep, Study Says (KXVA Abilene)

Sleeping In On The Weekend Can Compensate for Lost Sleep, Study Says (KENS San Antonio)

Sleeping In On The Weekend Can Compensate for Lost Sleep, Study Says (FOX San Angelo)

Sleeping In On The Weekend Can Compensate for Lost Sleep, Study Says (CBS 8 San Diego)

Sleeping In On The Weekend Can Compensate for Lost Sleep, Study Says (NBC Buffalo)

Sleeping In On Days Off May Extend Your Life, Study Suggests (FOX31)

Sleeping In On Days Off May Extend Your Life, Study Suggests (FOX8 High Point)

The Productivity Giants Series with Michael Grandner (SaneBox)

Nogalians The Focus of New Sleep Study (Nogales International)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (CNN)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (Fox40)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (KSL)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (FOX2 St. Louis)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (News3 Norfolk)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (FOX5 San Diego)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (FOX61 Hartford)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (CW33 Dallas)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (FOX13 SLC)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (FOX6 Milwaukee)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (AZ Family)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (WTHI Terra Haute)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (CBS Richmond)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (FWSB Hartford)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (NBC Nashville)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (KYMA Yuma)

Sleep In This Weekend -- You Might Live Longer (CNN Philippines)

UA Sleep Researcher Receives $3.6M Grant to Study Sleep Health On US-Mexico Border (UA)

UA Study Finds Link Between Sleep Loss, Nighttime Snackin, Junk Food Cravings, and Obesity (UAHS)

Sleeping In On The Weekends Can Compensate For Lack Of Sleep During The Week, Study Suggests (Washington Post)

UA Researcher Receives $3.6M Grant to Study Sleep Health Along the Border (Tucson.COM / AZ Daily Star)

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April, 2018

How to Sleep Better: 37 Hacks (CNN)

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March, 2018

Can You Binge Sleep and Catch Up? (Jewel 92FM)

Is Daylight Saving Time bad For Your Biological Clock? (Endpoints)

Bumps In The Night (Proto)

Why Do I Sweat When I Sleep? (TIME)

Pillow Talk: What Are Your Dreams Trying To Tell You About Your Health? (Fitbit Blog)

Sleep Matters! Did You Know? (Psychotehrapy Tools)

Fact or Fiction: Is Melatonin Natural? (NutriRain)

How To Choose The Best Night Light (Backyard Tool Shed)

5 Habits to Supercharge Your Productivity (Go Success Yourself)

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February, 2018

Grant to Enhance UA Sleep Research for Student-Athletes (KJZZ)

UA Sleep Research for Student-Athletes Awarded NCAA Grant (Inside Athletics)

When And How to Take Melatonin As An Insomnia Sleep Aid (Better Nutrition)

The Intricate Relationship Between Sleep, Nutrition, and Cognition (ExpoWest)

The Science of Sleep: How Much, Which Way, And Why It Matters (The Weekend Australian)

What Fitbit Taught Me About Sleep (The Fine Line)

10Q with Sleep Expert Dr. Michael Grandner (10 Questions)

Daily Habits for Successful Creatives (Pixelsurplus)

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January, 2018

Simple Rules (and Brand New Ideas) For Getting Better Sleep (Oprah)

Fitbit Sleep Study Reveals Women May Snag More Sleep Than Men (Well + Good)

Illuminate Baby's Room With the Best Baby Night Lights (Maternity Glow)

Melatonin: Anti-Aging And Antioxidant Benefits (Help Herself)

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December, 2017

Investigator Awards Advance Heart Disease Research (Sarver Heart Center)

Should I Shower In The Morning Or At Night? (TIME)

5 Surprising Signs You're Sleeping on a Bad Mattress (Prevention)

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November, 2017

Naps Could Be A Sign of Poor Health (KGUN 9)

Time Poverty Weaks Havoc on Sleep for Low-Income Americans (Slate)

This Is Your Body on Sleep Deprivation (MyFitnessPal)

Blue Light and Sports Performance (Blublox)

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October, 2017

Foods To Eat For Better Sleep (CNN)

Early Morning Practices Can Impact Sleep and Academics (The Ithacan)

How Much Sleep Do We Need? (Well Care)

7 Reasons Why Oversleeping is Bad for your Health! (Health Site)

Fitbit Data Can Help You Beat Afternon Energy Crashes (Fitbit Blog)

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September, 2017

Is Napping Good or Bad for You? (Eller Executive Education)

This Is the Single Best Cure for Insomnia that No One Is Talking About (Vogue)

Insomnia: Are Primary Care Doctors Still Getting It Wrong? (Savvy Insomniac)

20 Weird Strategies to Help You Sleep (Entrepreneur)

8 Wildly Unconventional Tricks for Staying Awake When Sleep Isn't an Option (US News)

This Science-Backed Treatment Is the "Single Best Cure" For Insomnia (MyDomaine)

This Is the Absolute best Time to Wake Up to Be More Productive (It's Not 5 AM) (Reader's Digest)

20+ Sleep Experts Offer Their Top Sleep Tips (Slick Sleep)

Why is sleep so important? (LucyBee)

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August, 2017

Sleeping Through the Ages: A Solid Snooze Gets Harder with Time (Philadelphia Inquirer)

Is Insomnia Really an Epidemic? (Van Winkles)

Why is Sleep Important and How Much Should We be Getting Each Night? (Parks London)

5 Foods that Will help You Fall Alseep (Men's Health)

6 Healthy Summer Habits (And How to Keep them Year-Round) (Her Campus)

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July, 2017

Purpose in Life Associated with a Better Night's Sleep (US News)

4 Recipes Every Insomniac Needs to Try for a Restful Night's Sleep (Yoga Journal)

The Longer Immigrants Live in Americam the More Their Sleep Suffers (Van Winkles)

Did We Inherit Our Sleep Patterns from Our Prehistoric Ancestors? (HealthLine)

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June, 2017

Social Jetlag Measured by Differences in Sleep Patterns on Days Off vs Work Days, Associated with Poor Health (UA)

UA Sleep Research Links Sleep Disturbances with Controlled, Illegal, or Banned Substance Use Among College Athletes (UA)

Social Jetlag Is Associated With Worse Mood, Poorer Health, and Heart Disease (Science Daily)

UA Study Finds Changing Sleep Patterns Damages Health (KJZZ Public Radio)

How Going To Bed An Hour Later On The Weekends Could Affect Your Health (Thrive Global)

Staying Up Late on Weekends Might Harm Your Health, Says University of Arizona Study (AZ Central)

Living Hard on the Weekends Can Wreck Your Health (Health Line)

Staying Up Late on Weekends May Be Harmful (Dr. Oz Blog)

6 Workout Rewards that Don't Cost Calories (FitBit)

Your Horrible Weekend Sleep Habits Are Hurting Your Health (Swirled)

New Research Suggests the Importance of a Regular Sleep Schedule (Yahoo Lifestyle)

Sleep Disturbances Predict Substance Abuse Among College Athletes (Sport Digest)

Having a "Social Jet Lag" Lie In Over The Weekend After a Night Out Could KILL You (Mirror)

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May, 2017

What Snacks to Eat for Better Sleep (CNN)

9 THings You Should Never Do To Get Yourself To Sleep, No Matter How Tired You Feel (Romper)

Working Out Can Help Improve Your Sleep! (Aerofin Athletic)

The 15 Most Interesting People in Sleep (Van Winkle's)

Clean Sleeping: 7 Habits for a Better Bedtime Routine (Sporteluxe)

5 Simple Tips to Get Better Sleep (Today Online)

To Nap or Not To Nap? (Good Nature Today)

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April, 2017

Sleeping for Peak Performance and Your Heart (UA Sarver Heart Center)

Drooling, Snoring, Talking, Walking: What Your Sleep Habits Reveal About Your Health (US News)

The Perfect Workout is Here: This Gym Offers 'Sleeping' as an Exercise Class (Broadly)

Why Getting A Good Night's Rest Can Help You Lose Weight (FitBit)

Sleep: What to do, what not to do (Thrive Global)

Eating and drinking before bed -- Do or don't (Fitbit)

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March, 2017

Talking Sleep with Dr. Michael Grandner (Fitabase)

Fitbit AltaHR unveiled as the slimmest fitness wristband with continuous HR monitor (mHealth Spot)

The Importance of Getting Out of Bed When You Can't Sleep (Oprah)

REM, Light, Deep: How Much of Each Stage of Sleep Are You Getting? (Fitbit)

Has Fitbit Discovered the Secret to Sleep Tracking? (Consumer Reports)

6 Things You Should Never Do In Bed (Thrive Global)

7 Sleep Strategies for Energy and Focus (Thrive Global)

The Link Between Sleep and Weight Loss (Cooking Light)

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February, 2017

The Right Way to Take Every Type of Sleeping Pill (Health)

6 Rules for Healthy Living That Every Night Owl Should Know (Huffington Post)

Is Insomnia Really an Epidemic? (Van Winkles)

Napping Could Be The Key to a Better You! (Fitbit)

5 Reasons You Might Be A Restless Sleeper (Fitbit)

Why Sleep Is So Important for Weight Loss (Fitbit)

Athletics As A Benefit of Detriment to Academic Performance (Swarthmore Phoenix)

Ten 'harmless' little habits which could stop you getting a good night's sleep (Yahoo! News UK)

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January, 2017

Intervention Could Help Student-Athletes Sleep (UA News)

These 7 Strange Therapies Might Solve Your Sleep Problems (TIME)

What's The Best Sleeping Pill? (TIME)

11 Things Healthy People Never Say (Real Simple)

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December, 2016

Good Sleep Is More Than A Personal Choice (Van Winkles)

New Year, New You! (Fitbit)

This Is Your Body on Sleep Deprivation (Under Armour)

8 Experts Confess Their Biggest Health Regrets of the Year (US News)

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November, 2016

More Evidence Ties Sugary Caffeinated Drinks to Poor Sleep (Fox News)

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October, 2016

News Flash: College Students Don't Get Enough Sleep, So Here Are Some Tips on How To Fix That (Daily Wildcat)

Getting a truly restful night's sleep requires a little preparation (Inc.)

Are Americans Walking More Today Than at This Time Last Year? (US News)

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September, 2016

Poor sleep is a lifestyle CV risk factor: AHA statement (MedScape)

Heart Disease: Could Sleep Disorders Play a Role? (Medical News Today)

6 Healthy Summer Habits (and How to Keep Them Year-Round) (Her Campus)

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August, 2016

Can These New Devices Really Healp You Sleep, Drug Free? (US News)

Melatonin misconceptions (Nutritional Outlook)

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July, 2016

Get into bed: Poor sleep could affect your health more than you realise (Today Online)

7 Hormones Every Woman Needs to Understand (Prevention)

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June, 2016

Fitbit unveils simple path to healthy sleep habits with new, personalized sleep schedule feature (Fitbit)

UA Researchers: A Dream Team for Treating Sleep Disorders (UA)

Fitbit wants you to go to the F to sleep (BuzzFeed)

Fitbit's newest feature reminds you to go to bed (TechCrunch)

Fitbit unveils Sleep Schedule feature to personalise sleep goals (Indian Express)

Get Your Beauty Rest with Fitbit 'Sleep Schedule' (PC Mag)

Fitbit sleep schedule feature helps you optimize your sleeping habits (Android Community)

Restless sleep isn't always bad (But here's when it's a problem) (Fitbit)

Fitbit Says You're Using Your Alarm Clock All Wrong (Huffington Post)

8 Morning and Nighttime Rituals Health Pros Swear By (US News)

Childhood Trauma Linked to Development of Insomnia as an Adult (RT)

5 Ways to Naturally Boost Your HGH (Men's Health)

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May, 2016

What one week of bad sleep does to your body (Oprah)

Working out can improve your sleep -- Here's how! (FitBit)

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April, 2016

Finding sleep's sweet spot (Science Daily)

This is a public health crisis: America's sleep inequality matches its income inequality (Salon)

Are You In Sleep Debt? Here's How to Balance Your Bedtime Budget (FitBit)

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March, 2016

Sleep and Weight Gain (Tufts Now)

Think Melatonin is Harmless? Think Again (The Blaze)

The Real Reason You Feel Sleepy in the Afternoon (FitBit)

Read This If You Take Melatonin To Sleep At Night (Huffington Post)

Healthy Sleep for Student-Athletes: A Guide for Athletics Departments and Coaches (NCAA)

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February, 2016

Your Heart Needs Sleep (US News)

Athey, Grandner Awarded NCAA Innovations in Research Grant (AZ Wildcats)

You Asked: How Can I Prevent Jet Lag? (TIME)

University of Arizona Research Team Receives NCAA Grant to Study Student-Athlete Sleep (Sport Techie)

I Basically Cured My Insomnia (HeadSpace)

Healthy Sleep for Student-Athletes: A Guide for Athletics Departments and Coaches (NCAA)

NCAA Mental Wellness Best Practices Released (SRS)

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January, 2016

What Journalists Get Wrong About Social Science, According to 20 Scientists (Vox)

There Should be PTO for Zzzzzz (Yahoo! News)

How Exercise Helps You Sleep (Wyza)

Oversleeping: The Effects and Health Risks of Sleeping Too Much (Huffington Post)

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December, 2015

The Over-The-Counter Drug that can Destroy your Sleep (Alternet)

Game Changers in 2015: SERVE-HF Upends ASV in Sleep Apnea (MedPage Today)

The Dark Side of Melatonin (Huffington Post)

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November, 2015

6 Unexpected Ways to Recharge for 2016 (Oprah)

The Steep Cost of a Lack of Sleep (UA News)

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October, 2015

The Curious Case of Jasper County, the Place where Everyone is Sleep Deprived (Mic)

5 Things You Should Never Do In Bed (SimpleMost)

Why You Should Quit Caffeine (And How To Do It) (Her Campus)

The Best (And Worst) Areas in the Country for Sleep (Huffington Post)

New study reveals cities where Americans have most trouble sleeping (NY Daily News)

A new study reveals where Americans have the most trouble sleeping (Washington Post)

Sleep study finds "hotspot" regions where Americans don't get enough rest (The Guardian)

The Black-White Sleep Gap (The Atlantic)

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September, 2015

UA Sleep Researcher Authors Section on Sleep Disparities in Congressional Report (University of Arizona)

13 All-Natural Ways to Fall Asleep Faster (Huffington Post)

Insomnia may be at Heart of Suicide (Brightwater Landing)

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August, 2015

Internationally Recognized Sleep and Health Researcher Joins UA Department of Psychiatry in Tucson (University of Arizona)

Why we Need Zzzs (Penn Medicine)

10 Things to Avoid if you Want Your Beauty Sleep (Body Rock)

Move during the day to toss and turn less at night (Easy Health Options)

New Insomnia Prescribing Approach Contrasts Standard of Practice (PsychCongress Network)

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July, 2015

If You Have Insomnia, Pills May Not Be The Answer (USA Today)

CBT Effective for Comorbid Insomnia (MedScape)

Got Insomnia? Change the Way You Think (DailyRx)

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June, 2015

4 Insomnia "Cures" That Just Don't Get The Job Done (Prevention)

Some Types of Physical Activity May Cause Poor Sleep (Psych Central)

Study Maps the Types of Physical Activity Associated with Better Sleep (Medical Xpress)

Exercise Improves Sleep Health (NewsMax)

Employee Wellness Starts With A Better Night's Sleep (Penn)

Some Physical Activity Promotes Sleep Better Than Others (Medical Daily)

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May, 2015

Latest Treatment for Mental Illness: Better Sleep (Philly.com)

5 Sleep Problems Nobody Talks About (Health)

Sleep Hacks (CNN)

Do You Sleep Too Much? (US News)

Sleep As Elixir (Philadelphia Inquirer)

What happens when our Pulse 'Lab Rat' Goes Caffeine Free? (NewsWorks)

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April, 2015

7 Things You SHould Never Do In Bed (And 2 You Definitely Should) (Huffington Post)

Can't Sleep? Why You Probably Shouldn't Bother Taking Sleeping Pills (Woman's Day)

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March, 2015

Expert Says that Being Sleep Deprived Leads to Weight Gain, Other Disorders (Illinois.edu)

Sleep Deprived? Naps Might help Your Immune System (Reuters)

20 Things You Shouldn't Do Before Bed (TIME)

Seriously, Stop Worrying About Daylight Saving Time (TIME)

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February, 2015

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January, 2015

The New Rules for Better Sleep (PopSugar)

Science-Backed Strategies on How to Sleep Better (SHAPE)

Think Snoring is Normal? Why Sleep Apnea Shouldn't Be Ignored (CNN)

7 Reasons You're Waking Up All Wrong (US News)

AASM Congratulates New Fellow Member (AASM)

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December, 2014

How should I prepare for a nighttime race? (Outside)

For best test results, experts advise a full night's rest (Pipe Dream)

Sleepless in Elon: To sleep or not to sleep, that shouldn't be the question. (The Times News)

Color your way to a better night's sleep (Leeo)

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November, 2014

5 Tricks for the Best Nap Ever (Health)

4 Wierd Ways teh Time Change Affects Your Health (Yahoo)

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October, 2014

Mind, Body and Sport: Depression and anxiety prevalence in student-athletes (NCAA)

How to Sleep Better: Actionable Advice from 13 Health and Fitness Experts (AmeriSleep)

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September, 2014

What's Worse?: Expert Advice for Everyday Health Dilemmas (Oprah.com)

Sleep On It: Sleep Might Just Be the Most Important Part of Daily Health -- And the Biggest New Target for Biomedical Engineering (IEEE Pulse)

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August, 2014:

6 Healthy Summer Habits (And How To Keep Them Year-Round) (Her Campus)

Your Body: Secret Sabateurs (Dance Magazine)

So Now We Only Need 7 Hours of Sleep? Not So Fast (Real Simple)

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July, 2014:

7 Things Sleep Experts Wish You Would Stop Saying About Getting Your Zzs (Huffington Post)

Most Comfortable Hotel Beds (Travel + Leisure)

Why a 20-Minute Nap Could Change Your Life (Men's Health)

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June, 2014:

Why a 20-Minute Nap Could Change Your Life (Men's Health)

10 Rules Happy People Make and Follow (Paper Blog)

Study Links Pot Use with poor Sleep (WebMD)

UPenn Study: Pot Might Be What's Screwing Up Your Sleep (Philadelphia Magazine)

Marijuana Use Can Bring Sleepless Nights, Study Finds (TIME)

Marijuana Use Associated with Impaired Sleep Quality (Science Daily)

Study Links Pot Use with Poor Sleep (Health Day)

Penn Medicine Study Finds Marijuana Use May Impair Sleep Quality (PennMedicine)

Marijuana Might Mess with Sleep (Or Not) (Daily Pennsylvanian)

Cannabis Affects Sleep Quality, With Problems Worse for Those who Start Early, Scientists Claim (The Independent)

Smoking Cannabis Does Affect Sleep, Especially if You Start Before the Age of 15 (Daily Mail)

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May, 2014:

To Sleep Well, Adjust What You Eat and When (The Courant)

Marijuana Use is Associated with Impaired Sleep Quality (AASM)

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April, 2014:

It's Time to Pay Attention to Sleep, the New Health Frontier (TIME)

13 Secret Signs and Symptoms of Sleep Loss (Weather Channel)

To Get Better Sleep, Which Foods Should You Seek and Which Should You Avoid? (Washington Post)

How Much Sleep is Enough? Researchers Will Evaluate National Guidelines (Newsworks)

No Magic Number: Penn Medicine Researcher to Be Among Architects of New National Sleep Recommendations (PennMedicine)

Got Sleep? (Scitable by Nature Education)

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March, 2014:

Sleep Your Way To Better Heart Health (Kellogg's Healthy Investments)

37 Scientifically-Backed Tips for Better Sleep Tonight (Huffington Post)

5 Things You Should Never Do In Bed! (Bubblews)

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February, 2014:

Snoozing in Sochi: Penn Expert Discusses Why Athletes Need Sleep for Medal-Winning Performances (PennMedicine)

Woman With Heart Disease Who Almost Died in Labor Is Proof We're All at Risk (CafeMom)

What's Worse? An All-Nighter vs 2 Hours of Sleep (Oprah)

Go Red to Battle Women's Heart Disease Today! (Downtown)

Philly Students Get A Chance to Live WELL (Philly.com)

How Much Sleep is Enough? (Savvy Insomniac)

The #1 Disease That Claims Lives of Women is Not Cancer, Do You Know How to Prevent It? (Green Beauty Team)

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January, 2014:

We Need More Sleep (Boston Globe)

Go Red for Women Even Spreads the Word via Bloggers, Social Media (AHA)

Doctor Radio Guests 2014 (SiriusXM Doctor Radio)

Milk and Brazil Nuts will Send You Off To Sleep (Daily Mail)

How Sleep Can Heal Your Heart (HuffPost Live)

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December, 2013:

Sleep in Heavenly Peace (Voices In The Family, WHYY)

Ways to Boost Your Energy When You Haven't Slept (Oprah)

The 50 Fittest Breakthroughs of 2013 (Men's Fitness)

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November, 2013:

Too Little Sleep Linked to Heart Disease Risk (Reuters)

Your Tough Love Guide to Getting Enough Sleep (ELLE)

Alert and Alive: Drowsy Driving Technologies (Sleep Review)

Daylight-Saving Time Casts the Lehigh Valley into Darkness at the Wrong Time (Morning Call)

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October, 2013:

Drowsy Driving Becoming a Dangerous Problem (CBS Tampa Bay)

Short Sleepers Most Likely to be Drowsy Drivers (Science Daily)

Short Sleepers Get Drowsy Behind the Wheel (Men's Fitness)

Less Sleep Means More Risk of Drowsy Driving (Futurity)

Short Sleepers Beware! (The Hindu)

Survey: Drowsy Driving More Likely for "Short Sleepers" (US News)

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September, 2013:

Can't Sleep? Don't Stay in Bed Tossing and Turning (Daily Herald)

Black Professionals More Likely to Skimp on Sleep (USA Today)

13 Natural Ways To Fall Asleep Without Sleeping Pills (Wellness Today)

Insomnia Poses Hypertension Risk (News Medical)

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August, 2013:

Irregular Sleep Can Be Dangerous (RN.com)

Ways to Boost Your Energy When You Haven't Slept (Oprah)

What Sleep Experts Do To Get A Good Night's Rest (Huffington Post)

Penn Medicine Researchers Find Sleep Beliefs Vary Along Racial Lines in Philadelphia (Penn Medicine)

Sleep Beliefs Vary Between Races, Study Finds (Huffington Post)

Have More Energy for Sex (and Everything Else) (Yahoo! Shine)

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July, 2013:

Eat to Sleep: Which Foods Help Your Zzz's? (AARP)

Still Slacking on Sleep? (Prevention)

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June, 2013:

Sleep Crisis: The Science of Slumber (MacLean's)

Sleepy men May Be Sexually Aggressive (Lawyer Lounge)

13 Expert-Approved Sleep Tips (Shape Magazine)

Is Your Job Messing With Your Sleep? (Men's Health)

Sleep in 2013 (Prevention)

Higher Activity Jobs Tied to Sleep Extremes (Science Daily)

What the Sleep Experts Do To Get A Good Night's Rest (Oprah)

Insomnia May Bring Suicidal Thoughts (MedPage)

If You Could Only Give One Piece of Sleep Advice, What Would It Be? (Huffington Post)

Why Kids Need Sleep and How Parents Can Help (Parents.com)

Studies link insomnia and suicide risk (Newsworks)

Breathing problems may cause insomnia without you realizing it (Washington Post)

How Your Nursing Job May Affect Your Sleep Hours and Vice Versa (Travel Nursing)

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May, 2013:

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April, 2013:

What you eat - and how much - affects your sleep, study says (The Nation's Health)

Sleep Myths: What's Fact and What's Fiction When it Comes To Your Slumber (Huffington Post)

12 Common Sleep Myths, Busted (Shape Magazine)

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March, 2013:

What's Your Sleep type? (Doctor Oz)

Healthy Diets and Better Sleep (Men's Journal)

Penn Medicine Researchers Take a Closer Look at Sleep and Heart Health (Penn)

Sleep and Exercise: Vigorous Exercisers Report the Best Sleep, Poll Says (Huffington Post)

Exercising Close to Bedtime is OK (USA Today)

Diet and Sleep Linked? (WITF Radio SmartTalk)

Working Out Before Bedtime May Mean Better Sleep (CBS News)

Sleep In America 2013: Sleep and Exercise (SleepEducation.com)

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February, 2012:

Does Your Diet Influence How Well You Sleep? (Time)

Diet Affects Sleep Patterns, Study Finds (Huffington Post)

Are You Really A Healthy Eater? (Prevention)

A Totally Unexpected Perk to Healthy Eating (Cosmopolitan)

Does your diet influence how well you sleep? (CNN)

Check Up: Study seeks new insight on sleep and diet (Philly.com)

Less Sleep Means More Calories (WebMD)

Poor Nutrition Can Bite Into Your Sleep (Health)

Can't sleep? Ditch the fry up, tuck into a salad and glug plenty of water (Daily Mail)

Diet and sleep linked? (WITF Radio Smart Talk)

Study Finds How Much You Sleep Is Closely Tied To What You Eat (CBS)

New Penn study links eating, sleeping habits (Newsworks)

The Checkup: What You Eat Determines How Well You Sleep (Philadelphia Magazine)

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January, 2012:

Awakening to Sleep (APA Monitor)

40 Percent of Police Officers Suffer from Sleep Disorders (MNN)

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December, 2012:

Answer these 5 Easy Sleep Questions (Cooking Light)

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November, 2012:

Not Enough Sleep: A Risk for Diabetes? (Diabetes Monitor)

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October, 2012:

Ask an Expert: All About Sleep (Lifehacker)

How Sleep Doctors Sleep (Oprah)

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September, 2012:

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August, 2012:

How Well You Sleep May Hinge on Race (NY Times)

Lost Sleep May Be Linked to Racial Diferences (89.3 KPCC)

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July, 2012:

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June, 2012:

(Dis)United States of Sleep (Scientific American)

Sleep and Diet: Too Few Hours of Shut0Eye Clouds Judgment (Huffington Post)

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May, 2012:

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April, 2012:

Sleep Problems Linked To Obesity, Diabetes (ABC News)

Sleep Study Suggests Triggers for Diabetes and Obesity (Science)

New Findings on Sleep in Children, Older Adults (VOA)

Rise and Shine: How To Be Effective at Work (WetFeet)

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March, 2012:

Adults In Their 80s Report Sleeping Better, Says Study (ABC News)

Sleep Quality Improves for Adults as They Age, Study Suggests (CBS News)

Live Long, Sleep Better? (Psych Central)

Older Adults Sleep Better Than Younger Set (US News)

Older People Report Better Sleep (UPI)

Seniors Say They Sleep Better Than Younger Adults (MSNBC)

Study: Sleep Gets Better With Age (TIME)

Sleepless in West Virginia? Study Reveals Sleepiest States (MSNBC)

The Older You Are, the MORE Likely You Will Sleep Like A Baby, Claim Scientists (Daily Mail)

People Sleep Better As They Age (AARP)

If You Think A Glass of Wine Will Help You Sleep, Read This (Huffington Post)

The Six Worst States for Sleep (Fox Business)

Surprising Sleep Saboteurs (BestLife)

Older Adults Do Get A Good Night's Rest (EverydayHealth)

Sleep Doesn't Worsen With Agem Study Shows (LA Times)

Score Better ZZZ's On The Road (Men's Health)

Sleep May Improve With Age, Study Shows (Huffington Post)

Does Sleep Improve With Age? (AOL)

Defying Expectations: Penn Medicine Study Reveals Americans Report Improved Sleep WitH Age (Penn News)

Southerners Can't Get A Good Night's Sleep, Study Finds (MSNBC)

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February, 2012:

Southerners Sleepiest, US Sleep Map Shows (HealthDay)

Southerners the Sleepiest in the US, Study Says (Fox News)

Sleepless in the South (Science Daily)

The Weary South (The Daily)

Who are the Sleepiest Americans? Researchers map out fatigue (Advisory Board Company)

CDC: Southerners Sleepiest in the US (NewsMax)

Which State is teh Sleepiest? (Huffington Post)

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January, 2012:

Local Researchers Say Lack of Sleep Can Lead to Long List of Health Problems (CBS Philly)

5 Secrets to Better Sleep (Shine / Yahoo)

Sleep Problems Tied to CV, Metabolic Troubles (Medpage)

Bad Sleep Patters Could Increase Diabetes Risk (Diabetes.co.uk)

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