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  • AAHS launches access to care awareness campaign and survey

    Sep 10 2018...
    As part of the new “Access to Information…Access to Care” awareness campaign, the American Alliance for Healthy Sleep invites you to complete the Access to Care survey. READ MORE>>
  • AASM exhibits at the USA Science and Engineering Festival

    Aug 29 2018...
    In April the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) took part as an exhibitor at the USA Science and Engineering Festival in Washington, DC. The festival is the largest conference of its kind promoting and celebrating science and technology in the United States. It hosted more than 350,000 attendees including students, educators, and the public. READ MORE>>
  • Treating nightmare disorder in adults

    Jun 25 2018...
    While nightmares occur frequently in children, they can be a problem for adults too. It’s common to have nightmares every once in a while, but if you suffer from nightmare disorder, you may have repeated occurrences of nightmares that cause distress or impairment. READ MORE>>
  • Snoozby and the Great Big Bedtime Battle: Book review

    Jan 23 2018...
    Sam thinks he is the ultimate sleep fighter, that is, until his buddy Snoozby teaches him about the value of a good night’s rest. Snoozby and the Great Big Bedtime Battle by Terry Cralle, RN and W. David Brown, PhD, is the first book in the Snoozby sleep series.

    The story is centered around 8-year-old Sam and his trusty friend, Snoozby the pillow. At bedtime Sam ignores Snoozby and stays awake much too late. He quickly learns that sleep deprivation is no fun at all. READ MORE>>
  • American Alliance for Healthy Sleep seeks involvement from people with sleep disorders

    Jan 18 2018...
    Yesterday the American Academy of Sleep Medicine (AASM) introduced the formation of a new patient-focused membership organization, the American Alliance for Healthy Sleep (AAHS). READ MORE>>
  • Rusty the narcoleptic dog

    Dec 22 2017...
    Have you heard of Rusty the narcoleptic dog? He’s the star of a popular YouTube clip, which shows him running and barking in the grass before suddenly falling asleep. The video, posted in 2005, has racked up over four million views. Video footage was taken from a 1990’s psychology education video, so it’s likely that Rusty has passed away since then, after living the glamorous life of an internet sensation. READ MORE>>
  • Enroll in free online event to learn about sleep deprivation

    Oct 17 2017...
    The University of Michigan is hosting a new “Teach-Out,” Sleep Deprivation: Habits, Solutions, and Strategies, which begins Monday, Oct. 23. The free, online learning experience is open to participants from around the world. READ MORE>>
  • A life of passion cut short by drowsy driving

    Sep 27 2017...
    Friday morning, December 19, 2014, began as any other day. It had rained during the night and carried over into waking hours. Our daughter, Brianna Cassidy, left the house for work around 7:30 a.m. after her mother fixed her breakfast and saw her off. READ MORE>>
  • Later school start times benefit students and the economy

    Sep 12 2017...
    The health benefits of delayed school start times for students are well-documented. But what is the economic impact of starting school later? READ MORE>>
  • Is binge-watching keeping you up at night?

    Aug 28 2017...
    If I’m being honest, I’m totally guilty of staying up too late watching Netflix. It’s easy to get wrapped up in a show and convince myself that one more episode won’t hurt. But as it turns out, binge-watching can affect your sleep even after you power down your computer or television. READ MORE>>