The National Sleep Foundation writes: "In general, most healthy adults need seven to nine hours of sleep a night. However, some individuals can function adequately after as little as six hours of sleep. While others can’t perform at their peak unless they’ve slept ten hours. Many students also believe that if sleep plays such a big part in their lives, then why are they subjected to 7-8am classes? On Wednesday, February 23, 2017, from 8-9am PST Dr. J.K. Gude will speak on "Sleep Medicine." Please set your clock, rest, and rise to watch this ONLINE presentation.
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