December 5, 2012

Who, and What, Are We Sleeping With?

ABC Science, ABC Science


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When sleep scientist Kerri Melehan started to look at who we sleep with she found that there wasn't much data available.

"A lot of my research is about the impact of sleep apnoea on the partner. But when I started looking at the prevalence of bed sharing, there wasn't really any information out there to find out how many people actually slept next to somebody.

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TAGGED: Pets, Technology, Sleep, Sleep Apnea

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