by Sara C., Ph.D. Mednick and Mark Ehrman
June 25, 2007 For most of us, regular naps are a distant memory of childhood. But taking a regular nap can be a "life-saving habit," according to Sara Mednick.
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January 4, 2007 A freaky view of the future in Children of Men, the co-author of Freakonomics on ... Beauty and the Geek, freakish adventures on a hunt for sunken treasure, the slightly freaky Jack White in a no-frills music video, and the secret to avoid freakouts (it involves 40 winks).
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