According to research presented at the European Society of Cardiology Congress in Munich, Germany, exactly why is still a mystery, but people who slept less than six hours a night and people who got more than eight hours were at risk of developing or dying from stroke or coronary heart disease.
The city is expected to select a $3.6 million bid from D.A. Sullivan & Sons to move a former doctor's building on State Road and renovate it into an administration building, with amenities that include a new restaurant, public restrooms and offices.
The exact numbers have been a mystery until now, thanks to researchers from the U.K.'s University of York, who literally put people to the test, having test subjects write down as many people they could remember.
The free admission for students and educators coincides with the publication of the Museum’s 2018-2019 Educators’ Guide, which outlines opportunities that exist in the Museum for interdisciplinary learning that builds on curriculum and classroom standards.