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David D. Nowell, Ph.D., licensed psychologist and clinical neuropsychologist, is based in Worcester, MA. He also has a Boston location. His areas of expertise include attention deficit hyperactivity disorder (ADHD), traumatic brain injury (TBI), head injury, dementia, memory disorder, positive psychology, deep happiness, happiness, neuropsychology of happiness, executive functioning, preferred states, and frontal lobe. He conducts psychological evaluations, neuropsychological evaluations, psycho

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Caffeine, naps, and #ADHD (it's a new blog posting) http://t.co/aocOb0hQ

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The effect of caffeine in people with asthma - PubMed Health

ncbi.nlm.nih.gov — “Caffeine is found in coffee, tea, cola drinks and cocoa. Caffeine is a drug that is very similar to theophylline. Theophylline is a bronchodilator drug that is taken to open up the airways in the lungs and therefore relieve the symptoms of asthma, such as wheezing, coughing and breathlessness. Scientists are interested in finding out whether caffeine has the same effect on the lungs as theophylline.View full resource at ncbi.nlm.nih.gov

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The effect of caffeine in people with asthma - PubMed Health http://t.co/cfFPzLMB

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Decoding the Science of Sleep - WSJ.com

online.wsj.com — “In today's always-on economy, we're tired like never before. How did we get this far away from our most basic, ancient habits? And how can we get back on track? By David K. RandallView full resource at online.wsj.com

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rvaughnmd Richard Vaughn MD Physician, Doctor, Health Executive, and Health IT

Nearly a third of working adults in America—41M—get less than 6 hrs of sleep a night, according to a recent CDC report http://t.co/ab3yh1jJ

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Learn that tune while fast asleep: Stimulation during sleep can enhance skill learning

sciencedaily.com — “Want to nail that tune that you've practiced and practiced? Maybe you should take a nap with the same melody playing during your sleep, new provocative research suggests. The research grows out of exciting existing evidence that suggests that memories can be reactivated during sleep and storage of them can be strengthened in the process.View full resource at sciencedaily.com

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Learn that tune while fast asleep: Stimulation during sleep can enhance skill learning http://t.co/l82lbz4S

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Caffeine consumption: How much is too much?

news-medical.net — “Chocolate, coffee and cola are perhaps three of your favourite consumables; however, they are also three caffeine-rich substances which all contribute to your daily caffeine consumption. According to the BBC, people should not exceed 400mg caffeine a day, and this limit halves for pregnant women, for which only 200mg/day is recommended.View full resource at news-medical.net

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Caffeine consumption: How much is too much?: Chocolate, coffee and cola are perhaps three of your favourite cons... http://t.co/z4alq2qO

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The Health Benefits of Caffeine | Men's Health

menshealth.com — “Men's Health has everything you need to know to use the health benefits of caffeine to your physical, mental, and lifelong advantage.View full resource at menshealth.com

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The Power of Power Napping | World of Psychology

psychcentral.com — “At best, napping is viewed as a luxury or indulgence. At worst, it's seen as a slothful activity. Maybe you've also felt the pangs of guilt after awakingView full resource at psychcentral.com

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World of Psychology: The Power of Power Napping http://t.co/aX0dtRbs

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Caffeine and exercise may be protective against skin cancer caused by sun exposure

medicalxpress.com — “The combined effects of exercise plus caffeine consumption may be able to ward off skin cancer and also prevent inflammation related to other obesity-linked cancers.View full resource at medicalxpress.com

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Caffeine and exercise may be protective against skin cancer caused by sun exposure http://t.co/GR2gLekW

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A Quick Nap Can Boost Your Cognitive Ability, But Only When Timed Just Right

lifehacker.com — “Despite our best efforts, we're not always able to get a full night's rest. If you can't just fix your sleep problems, a quick nap might do the trick—but only if you time it just right.View full resource at lifehacker.com

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The Health Benefits of Napping : Healthymagination

healthymagination.com — “Sleep expert Sara C. Mednick, Ph.D., author of Take a Nap! Change Your Life, has conducted several studies about the benefits of napping. In one study published in Nature Neuroscience, she and her colleagues found that a 60-90 minute nap could be as good as a full night’s sleep for learning a visual perception skill.View full resource at healthymagination.com

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Short siestas can sharpen thoughts, brighten your mood and boost your memory: http://t.co/saOcTHVH

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10 Reasons To Stop Drinking Coffee

organicjar.com — “Could drinking coffee be the reason you're not happy and healthy? It might be. That caffeine high comes with a steep price tag - your health. See the negative side of this deliciously addictive liquid.View full resource at organicjar.com

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Breastfeeding mothers may pass on caffeine in coffee through their milk | Mail Online

dailymail.co.uk — “Mothers who are struggling to get their babies to sleep should consider how much caffeine they are consuming, according to Dr Ruth Lawrence from Rochester University in New York.View full resource at dailymail.co.uk

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Breastfeeding mothers may pass on caffeine in coffee through their milk http://t.co/6VZFWOU9 via @MailOnline

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FDA to Review AeroShot Inhalable Caffeine | Healthland | TIME.com

healthland.time.com — “U.S. Food and Drug Administration officials plan to investigate whether inhalable caffeine sold in lipstick-sized canisters is safe for consumers and if its manufacturer was right to brand it as a dietary supplement.View full resource at healthland.time.com

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Energy drinks are old news. FDA is reviewing inhalable caffeine | http://t.co/nh6P83MJ

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Best time for a coffee break? There's an app for that

medicalxpress.com — “(Medical Xpress) -- Caffeinated drinks such as coffee and soda are the pick-me-ups of choice for many people, but too much caffeine can cause nervousness and sleep problems.View full resource at medicalxpress.com

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Best time for a coffee break? There's an app for that http://t.co/BvZF3BbK

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In Caffeine We Trust: Infographic Print For Tracking Your Coffee Consumption Data

columnfivemedia.com — “To show our appreciation for our clients and partners this holiday season, we put together a little project to allow them to share in our love for two impoView full resource at columnfivemedia.com

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Caffeine study shows sport performance increase

sciencedaily.com — “Caffeine combined with carbohydrate could be used to help athletes perform better on the field, according to new research.View full resource at sciencedaily.com

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Most Recently Shared on December 15, 2011 at 4:27 pm By:

RDCorinne Corinne Dobbas MS,RD Nutritionist and Dietitian

Caffeine + carbs shown to improve endurance, skills, and performance for athletes http://t.co/XEzQ3pod

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