Current Research from Top Journals
:: Poor Sleep Habits Associated with Behavioral Problems in Young Children
There are many factors that can affect young children's behavior and sleep may be one of these important factors. Information from the large Millennium Cohort Study showed that irregular bedtimes may be associated with behavior problems in seven year old children.
:: Regular Physical Activity May Improve Sleep in Women with Menopausal Symptoms
Menopause symptoms like hot flashes are mostly nuisance but when they interfere with sleep these symptoms can start to affect your health. Fortunately, a study from the University of Pittsburgh found that regular physical activity may help manage these symptoms and improve sleep quality.
:: Home-Based Palliative Care May Help Patients With Advanced Illness Stay Home
Most who need long term medical care prefer to be in the comforts of their home instead of a medical facility but worry that the care would not be appropriate or be too much of a burden on family. This systematic review found that home-based palliative care may help patients stay at home.