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November 4, 2021

The Hidden Health Risks of Daylight Saving Time

To many people, shifting the clocks twice a year to "spring forward" or "fall back" with daylight saving time is thought of as little more than a nuisance. It might mean losing an hour of sleeping (or gaining one), forgetting to correct the clock or arriving an hour late to Sunday brunch or church.

September 1, 2021

NIH Awards $1.4 Million for Sleep and Dementia Research

Principal investigators Tiffany Braley MD, MS and Galit Levi Dunietz PhD, MPH were recently awarded $1.4M in new R01 funding by the National Institute on Aging to study unexplored pathways between obstructive sleep apnea (OSA), OSA treatment, and dementia risk in older women and men. To study these pathways, Braley and Dunietz will utilize

September 1, 2021

NIH Awards $3.3 Million for Research on Cannabinoids in People with Multiple Sclerosis

Principal investigators Tiffany Braley MD, MS (Neurology) and Anna Kratz PhD (Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation) were recently awarded $3.3M in new R01 funding from the National Center for Complimentary and Integrative Health to conduct research on the effects of cannabinoids on sleep and pain in people with MS. This mechanistic trial will

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