This Week in Sleep: Cold As Iced Coffee

By Alyse Borkan  |  Feb 20, 2015
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While you were bundled under the covers trying to stay warm, we caught up on sleep with these stories. Here’s everything you need to know to sleep soundly this weekend:

If you like a cup of coffee and an egg in the morning, you’ve got the green light. A panel of top nutrition experts appointed by the federal government has weighed in with its long-awaited diet advice. (NPR)

Chances are you’re sleep deprived as you’re reading this. The great American sleep recession continues, and is having negative effects on our health. (CNN)

You don’t need to sacrifice sleep to succeed. Business leaders encourage their employees to sleep, and brag about how much sleep they get themselves. (The Huffington Post)

If you’ve ever woken up unable to move or talk, you know the feeling can be terrifying. It is so alarming that it has become the subject of folklore across the world, and is often associated with the supernatural. Fox dives into story behind sleep paralysis. (Fox News)

A recent survey suggests that parents find bedtime to be the most stressful part of the day — but it doesn’t have to be. Try these tips before just shouting “go to bed.” (The Guardian)

Your morning pick-me-up is on the verge of getting even better. Philz Coffee, based in San Francisco, just raised $15 million from tech investors to expand nationwide. (Business Insider)
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