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What is “normal” sleep in midlife? A neuroscientist and sleep researcher answers questions about sleep deficiencies. http://www.nytimes.com/2013/09/25/booming/advice-about-sleep-deficiency-in-midlife-part-1.html?smid=fb-nytimes&WT.z_sma=OT_AAS_20130925&gwh=D2097A4836C0755F100D6FDF6A989A90 ...

What do think about this hospital food? An interview with the hospital greenhouse manager Michelle Lutz: “When they opened the hospital they decided they were going to do food differently. They were going to use local growers who use sustainable practices and buy food from them....

How can you teach mindfulness in schools? Watch this 40-minute film to learn the basics of mindfulness. http://www.mindful.org/the-mindful-society/education/what-mindfulness-in-the-classroom-looks-like ...

“Specialists with ACOG and the American Society for Reproductive Medicine examined research about industrial chemicals and pollutants that people can absorb from the air, water, food and everyday products. Few chemicals hit the market with good information about safe levels – something the groups hope...

Source: HuffPost Your brain’s reward system knows the difference between artificial sweeteners and sugar, suggests a new study in mice. The study’s researchers, from the Yale University School of Medicine, noted that the finding, if applicable to humans, could explain why obesity rates continue to rise...