Posted Tuesday, June 28, 2011
Getting a good night's sleep is crucial for overall health. But not everyone gets the rest they need. And not everyone has a work schedule conducive to good sleep. As part of ideastream's special health coverage, "Sleep: A Wake-Up Call," The Sound of Ideas will examine the benefits of sleep and the difficulties faced by people who work odd shifts, some of them in critical jobs. How to keep them healthy, and the rest of us safe. Join us Thursday at 9:00 a.m. on 90.3.
Dr. Douglas Moul, sleep specialist, Cleveland Clinic.
Dr. Ziad Shaman, sleep medicine physician, MetroHealth Medical Center
ideastream is partnering with NetWellness to provide consumer health information about sleep. Click here to go to the NetWellness website for more information about this specific sleep topic.
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