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[KSTP TV, February 12, 2020]   The push for a permanent shift to daylight saving time will return to the Minnesota legislature. Several states have already passed similar laws.
February 11, 2020
[WCCO-TV, February 03, 2020]   Oftentimes the stories about sleepwalking are presented as funny, but doctors say the dangers of sleepwalking are no laughing matter. WCCO-TV's Kim Johnson knew she needed help after a scary sleepwalking incident last year.
February 03, 2020
[WCCO-TV, January 01, 0001]   Poor sleep is linked to poor concentration, memory, the immune system, and Alzheimer's disease. Learn why that is and how to make sure you get enough sleep.
January 25, 2020
[WCCO-TV, November 20, 2019]   A third of American adults have bouts of insomnia. For ten percent of the population it can be chronic. So, when is it time to turn to a sleep aid for help?
November 20, 2019
[KARE 11, November 19, 2019]   The Centers for Disease Control (CDC) says a third of American adults don’t get enough sleep. And, the older we get the harder it is for us to fully rest.
November 19, 2019
[WCCO-TV, January 01, 2019]   Jan. 1 is often the time when people resolve to live healthier in the new year.
January 01, 2019
[KARE 11, December 21, 2018]   If you snore at night, you may have a higher risk of a heart attack or stroke. New research shows women with sleep apnea are more prone to heart disease.
December 21, 2018
[WCCO Radio, December 07, 2018]   A new German study has linked obstructive sleep apnea, a severe form of snoring, to an increased risk of heart disease, particularly in women. Stacey Ko, a certified physician assistant with a specialty in sleep medicine at Allina Health’s United Lung and Sleep Clinic will talked with WCCO Radio about the study and what it all means.
December 07, 2018
[KARE 11, August 18, 2018]   With school starting soon, it's worth making sure your teen is getting enough sleep. Allina Health's Dr. Andrew Stiehm shares how much sleep our teens need.
August 18, 2018
[WCCO-TV, May 08, 2018]   A new study shows that one in four couples sleep in separate bedrooms and it has nothing to do with a troubled marriage. Dr. Andrew Stiehm shares why.
May 08, 2018