Arianna Huffington shares 3 tips for better sleep
Sleep is not optional, according to Arianna Huffington, author of The Sleep Revolution. Though culturally we tend to view sleep as “wasted” time, for the brain it is actually a time of frenetic and essential activity. In fact, sleep deprivation is linked to high blood pressure, diabetes, cancer, Alzheimer’s disease, depression and anxiety. We asked Arianna what we can do to get more restful, restorative sleep.
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In our latest issue of Sinai Health magazine, meet three recent orthopaedic patients Maddy, a teenage competitive skier; Rohit, a young cancer survivor and Charles, a midlife patient who had an unlucky fall down the stairs and learn how Sinai Health System’s orthopaedic care teams helped them get their lives and health back on track.
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Podcast: Sinai’s expert research panel discusses how connections lead to breakthroughs
At Dinner with Scientists, presented by PearTree Financial, a fundraising event in support of research at the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute (LTRI), moderator Dr. Jennifer Gardy led a lively discussion with LTRI experts in cancer and brain health research about how the work they do in the lab translates to healthy communities and how connections with colleagues lead to research breakthroughs.Listen to the podcast