AAST CCSH Workshop 20200

AAST is excited to present the second annual AAST CCSH Workshop that will take place August 1-2, 2020 in Chicago, Illinois. This 1.5 day CCSH workshop will be AAST’s signature event in 2020, offering exciting opportunities to engage with vendor partners alongside the CCSH education program. This workshop is designed for health professionals who work […]

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Blue Light and Sleep Health0

Blue light has become a subject of interest for medical professionals, scientists and the general public to decipher what it is, if and why it’s harmful and what relation it has to sleep. And so, below we’ll walk through the affect artificial light has on our lives, the importance of quality sleep, and how blue […]

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6 Techniques to Teach Your Infant to Be Patient0

It’s no secret that children can be impulsive, demanding, and impatient at times. But there are a few great ways to tackle these issues and teach your infant patience in just a few short steps. Try some of the following techniques! You can also find some great resources for parenting here. Patience Stretching Technique Patience […]

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How Do I Fix My Baby’s Early Waking?0

Ready to welcome the bundle of joy in your life? A word of advice- parenthood will be one of the most rewarding yet frustrating phases of your life. You’re always tired and cranky. The numerous diaper changes, lullabies and sleepless nights- it is one hell of a rollercoaster! All this can take a toll on […]

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Surviving Long-Distance Flying with Children0

Taking a long road trip with young children is a challenge, to be sure. And you need to plan on much more time than simply the mileage to arrive at your destination. But the good news is you can stop, let those little bodies run about and eat their favorite foods. How about that long-distance […]

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How Sleep Cycles Make Better Students0

Sleep Cycles for Studying: Learn How to Utilize Brain Features to Memorize Things Faster We all have heard about the importance of healthy sleep thousands of times. Though it seems to be a well-known fact, even now, many people have a misconception about why it is so critical. 

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Researchers Get NIH Grant to Study the Role of Sleep in Reorganizing Information in the Brain0

A five-year R01 award from the National Institutes of Health (NIH) will let Caleb Kemere and his colleagues advance a long-running study of how heretofore hidden signals in the brain facilitate the long-term storage of memories. “Everybody sleeps, and everybody has memories,” Kemere says in a release. “So the connection between those two things is […]

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Tips to Help You Sleep Better0

Can’t fall asleep? There’s no cure-all, but these tips will help you sleep better.

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Three Ways Bad Sleep Hurts Your Work Performance0

Bad sleep hurts work performance. You need a good night’s sleep to be at your best.  This, in a nutshell, is the underlying reason I stress the importance of quality sleep each week: You’re not you when you’re running on less than 7 hours of sleep each night.  You’re not in this alone.  Poor sleep […]

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Here's How to Fall Asleep Faster0

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