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January 12th, 2007

in sleep news

Scientific American: Early to Bed, Early to Rise: Scientists Determine How Gene Behind Sleep Cycle Works
A single amino acid in a particular protein can get you up long before dawn and into bed well before prime time.


I have at times had the ambition to study sleep. I remember trying to figure out what paths besides the full-on neurological (perhaps cum psychiatric) medical education could get me to a place of having some potential to contribute to the body of what's known/thought about sleep, how sleep works, etc. As it is, I'm just an especially enthusiastic lay audience for reports of what people are observing about sleep-related matters.
 
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