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Going to Bed Too Late? It Might Be Society's Fault
Live Science—The study, published in the journal Science Advances, analyzed sleep data from more than 8,000 people in 100 countries. The average amount of sleep people get each night varied from country to country, with people in the Netherlands getting the most shuteye (about 8 hours and 12 minutes per night) and people in Singapore and Japan getting the least (about 7 hours and 24 minutes per night).
Medical News Today—Researchers from the National Human Genome Research Institute (NHGRI) and the National Cancer Institute (NCI) have found that, while human skin is home to huge numbers of bacteria, fungi, and viruses, the unique "fingerprint" of each person's skin microbiome remains remarkably unchanged over time.
NPR—Co-authored by psychology professors and colleagues at Stanford, the study's title is a mouthful: "What Predicts Children's Fixed and Growth Intelligence Mind-Sets? Not Their Parents' Views of Intelligence but Their Parents' Views of Failure."
Berkeley Wellness—The lentil was an important crop in ancient Greece, where it was purported to have medicinal as well as culinary applications, but its use dates back to prehistoric times. Lentils are inexpensive, nutritious, and relatively quick cooking. For example, where beans may take several hours, lentils take only 20 to 40 minutes.
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