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27 Jul

Spending day light hours in bright light may compensate for the sleep disturbances caused by nighttime blue-screen exposure to electronic devices. (In brief. Bright daylight, better sleep. Monitor on Psychology, 2-016, November, p.10)



21 May

The American College of Physicians, reacting to the results of many meta-analyses, endorsed cognitive behavior therapy as the best and first-line treatment for chronic insomnia. (DeAngelis, T. Behavior therapy works best for insomnia. Monitor on Psychology, 2016, October, pp. 18-19)