What happens when we screw with our sleep patterns?

Speaking at the Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar, Dr Michael Hastings and Dr Akhilesh Reddy from Cambridge explain the importance of sleep for learning and memory, preventing cancer...
22 March 2012
Presented by Hannah Critchlow

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Cambridge Neuroscientists Dr Michael Hastings and Dr Akhilesh Reddy spoke at the annual Cambridge Neuroscience Seminar about their work on sleep. They discuss the importance of sleep for learning and memory, preventing cancer, the health of your heart, mopping up toxic waste in your body, winning that Olympic Gold medal and why you shouldn't have that midnight kebab! Dr Hannah Critchlow from the Naked Scientists went along to the seminar to discuss their work with them........

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