New Research on Sleep Deprivation Has 'Startling' Implications
East Lansing, MI (WorkersCompensation.com) – Sleep deprived workers can cost their employers a bundle, if precautions aren’t taken. A new study suggests the problem is much worse than previously thought.
While simpler tasks may be done on auto-pilot, it is the more complex functions that can be dramatically impacted. What is specifically affected by the lack of sleep is placekeeping – the ability to perform a set of steps or subtasks in a particular order without ...
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