Children in the House Means Less Sleep for Women, but Not for Men Finds New Research
Online article published on February 27, 2017 which covers a study conducted by Georgia Southern University faculty member Dr. Kelly L. Sullivan. At time of publication of the article, the study was scheduled to be presented at the American Academy of Neurology's 69th Annual Meeting in Boston on April 22-28, 2017.
Dr. Sullivan is an Associate Professor of Epidemiology in the Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health.
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Sleep Duration and Feeling Rested Are Differentially Associated With Having Children Among Men And Women
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Sleep, Women, Having children, Sleep quality, Less sleep, children
Epidemiology | Medicine and Health Sciences | Public Health
Sullivan, Kelly L., "Children in the House Means Less Sleep for Women, but Not for Men Finds New Research" (2017). Biostatistics, Epidemiology and Environmental Health Sciences Faculty Media Appearances and Interviews. 16.