We’ll be waiting to see how Tiger Woods’ drug use and DUI charges pan out. What happens next may very well shape the way drowsy driving in its various forms—driving while drowsy, drugged driving, driving while impaired, driving under the influence—will be prosecuted in the future.
Post-Traumatic Stress Disorder (PTSD) is a wide-ranging problem, affecting people from all walks of life. Connect the dots with us this PTSD Awareness Month as we explore the different populations most affected by PTSD, as well as current therapies and research to prevent, relieve, and possibly cure those who suffer from it.
Sleep deprivation across the lifespan of motherhood: Untreated chronic sleep deprivation for any person does not end well, especially if it’s left untreated for years. Let’s go in with eyes wide open and identify all the myriad ways in which Moms can—and will—lose sleep during their careers as mothers. Some of these causes for sleep problems are just part of life, to be sure, but sleep debt left to accrue over the years is a key reason for mothers to seriously consider getting help for their sleep problems.
There’s a lot of great information to read, engage with, and learn from over at the Sleeptember® Sleep Health Forum. Check out these Top Ten recent topics from the last month, featuring children with sleep apnea, napping, Netflix, COPD, and more: