School Sleep, Ancient Runestone, Postpartum Depression Pill
Today we discuss how early morning classes at universities could be leading to poor academic performance, how scientists uncovered the world’s oldest runestone, and a new breakthrough treatment in postpartum depression.
- “Early morning university classes are associated with impaired sleep and academic performance” by Sing Chen Yeo et al.
- “Study: Early Classes Connected to Poor Academic Performance” by Safia Abdulahi
- “Early Morning College Classes Correlated With Poor Academic Performance, Large Study Finds” by James Felton
- “New Study: Lack of Sleep Hurts Students’ Grades” by Scott Jaschik
- “Nightly sleep duration predicts grade point average in the first year of college” by J. David Creswell et al.
- “Norway archaeologists find ‘world’s oldest runestone’” by Associated Press
- “‘Sensational’ Runestone Discovered in Norway May Be the World’s Oldest” by Brigit Katz
- “Archaeologists in Norway find ‘world’s oldest runestone’” by Jan M. Olsen
- “Found the world's oldest rune stone” by University of Oslo
- “Runic magic” by National Museum of Denmark
Postpartum Depression Pill
- “Researchers Uncover Mechanisms of Brexanolone and the Role of Inflammation in Post-partum Depression” by UNC Newsroom
- “Brexanolone therapeutics in post-partum depression involves inhibition of systemic inflammatory pathways” by Irina Balan et al.
- “Postpartum Depression” by Cleveland Clinic
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