There are those who look forward to US Open Golf all year long. They spend sleepless nights, bothered by nefarious napstealers, trying to get some winks so they can be up bright and early to see their favorite golfer tee off. Since Tiger Woods is out this year with an injury, all eyes are on Phil Mickelson to see if he will finally win, when he has been so close so many times.
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A recent study published in the British Medical Journal (BMJ) entitled Longitudinal analysis of sleep in relation to BMI and body fat in children: the FLAME study determined that if Nefarious NapStealers prevent kids from obtaining … [Continue reading]
Having been frequently sleep deprived, I can speak from experience when I say that nefarious napstealers can attack at any time, especially when you least expect it. An important thing to prevent sleep deprivation is to set a sleeping schedule, but … [Continue reading]