The Science of Sleep

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From a certain perspective, sleep is rather odd. We spend so much time trying to be productive and active. At the same time, we spend a third of our lives in bed, eyes closed, getting what looks like nothing accomplished, and that's if we're lucky. There are those who aren't so lucky, people who deal with sleep disorders--insomnia, apnea, restless legs, and night terrors--would give up almost anything for a good night's sleep. Tuesday morning at 9:00, join host Dan Moulthrop for a science cafe about sleep and sleeplessness.

Guests: 

Dr. Ziad Shaman Pulmonary and Critical Care, MetroHealth Medical Center
Dr. Vidya Krishnan Assoc. Director, Center for Sleep Medicine, MetroHealth Medical Center

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