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#SundayFunday: We hope everyone managed to stay out of trouble (and the doghouse!) this weekend 😉 ... See MoreSee Less
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#FunFactFriday:Planning an end-of-#summer trip? Here's everything you need to know about #jetlag! Check out the Psychology Today article below to discover the #science behind jet lag, some exciting new studies in #gene alteration and protein disruption, as well as some safe and effective ways to protect yourself from jet lag. What did you learn or find surprising from this article? Do you have any trips on the horizon? Let us know in the comments!www.psychologytoday.com/blog/romantically-attached/201708/jet-lagged-heres-what-do-about-it ... See MoreSee Less
Jet Lagged? Here's What to Do About It
Research helps explain how to feel yourself when you're far away from home.
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#Sleep is vital for developing minds, but who knew a #nap could have such profound effects? A new #study in Leipzig, Germany, found that after enjoying a fifty-minute nap, #babies were able to correctly associate a meaning with a word. To learn more about this study, its findings, and the potential implications, check out the Sleep Review article below!www.sleepreviewmag.com/2017/08/sleep-makes-possible-babies-link-words-meaning-not-noise/ ... See MoreSee Less
Sleep Makes It Possible for Babies to Link Words with Meaning And Not Noise - Sleep Review
Scientists observed that babies succeed in associating a meaning with a word between the age of 6 and 8 months—a capability that until now was known for older children and adults.
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