Sleep Troubles May Complicate the Grieving Process

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Sleep Troubles May Complicate the Grieving Process

Those who have persistent sleep problems before the loss of a loved one may be at higher risk for developing what's known as complicated grief, a new study finds.

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Engineers Propose Solar-Powered Lunar Ark as 'Global Insurance Policy'

Inspired by Noah's Ark, the ambitious project aims to preserve humankind – and animal-kind, plant-kind and fungi-kind – in the event of a global crisis.

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Q&A: UArizona Expert Talks Sleep Apnea, 'Coronasomnia' and Snoozing in Space

Dr. Sairam Parthasarathy says sleep apnea and insomnia are on the rise, and the pandemic has only made matters worse. March 14-20 is Sleep Awareness Week.

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UArizona Plans for Larger In-Person Classes

With the backing of its public health advisory team, the university expects to move to Stage 3, in which classes of up to 100 students can meet in person, the week of March 29.

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University of Arizona Joins 38 University Leaders Nationwide To Launch Taskforce on Higher Education and Opportunity

The task force will focus on ensuring student success, partnering with local communities and reimagining how higher education is delivered.

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