Week In Sleep: Naps are Back

By Maggie Taylor  |  May 20, 2016
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While you were busy scheduling your nap on the Napmobile, we were catching up on all things sleep. Here is everything you need to know to sleep soundly this week. 

Trees sleep, too! Science now confirms that we’ve started tracking trees with laser scanners and found they actually adapt to the nighttime hours by drooping, or “sleeping”.  (Vox)

The new coffee craze seems to be around cold brew iced coffee, but is there a better way to make our favorite chilled beverage? Apparently fast-brew iced coffee is the faster, finer-tasting way to go. (Quartz)

It’s no secret that eating breakfast is essential, but the trend of breakfast-eaters over the past two decades has risen significantly. The rise of fast-food restaurants offering a morning meal menu has created a new movement of breakfast consumers. (Eater)

Good morning, Oregon! After a few months of slumber, the Oregon Zoo’s black bears have risen from their long, winter naps to greet the beginning of warm weather. Now all they need is a Casper mattress to snooze on for their next hibernation. (Katu 2)

Adjusting to a newcomer in your bed is tough, especially when you have trouble falling asleep as it is. Get tips on finding the happy medium for you and your partner so you can both sleep soundly. (Van Winkle’s)

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