Can Staying Up Late Cause Heart Disease?

Can Staying Up Late Cause Heart Disease?What happens to the biggest clock in your body when the light never sinks into the sunset (e.g., Schwartz 1996)? When the fuel that feeds your heart never varies and the panic perceived by sleep loss never ends?
So many things you can't even imagine.

And not one of them is good.

San Jose's Indian Health Center doctor retires after more than 30 years, leaving medical, cultural o

San JoseA sweat lodge is a sauna-like dome structure constructed from willow branches and heavy canvas. Inside, more than a dozen participants surround a pit of hot stones on which a ceremony leader pours water. A "sweat" consists of four rounds, each lasting about five minutes. The leader of the ceremony drums and conducts prayers in the form of song before opening the door, returning participants to fortifying fresh air. According to recovered addicts, the dense steam and heat created by the stones become a substitute for the effects of drugs.

Aborigines take heritage anger to Burnie streets

Aborigines take heritage anger to Burnie streetsThere has been a noisy protest march through the streets of Burnie in opposition to developments near Aboriginal heritage sites in Tasmania.

About 150 Tasmanian Aborigines and their supporters from around the state joined the march through the Burnie CBD.

Most of their anger was directed at controversial plans for a bridge spanning an ancient archaeological site north of Hobart.

Hundreds take to the streets for NAIDOC week

Hundreds take to the streets for NAIDOC weekHundreds of people have marched through Darwin to celebrate NAIDOC week.

Traditional dancers led the throng through the city as traffic came to a standstill.

Many of the people taking part wore shirts calling for better treatment of Aborigines and an end to the federal intervention in the Northern Territory.

Origin anthem mends some hearts and breaks others

Origin anthem mends some hearts and breaks othersHE State of Origin series might have been stained by the racist language of Andrew Johns, but the national anthem performance at ANZ Stadium on Wednesday night appeared to be rugby league making a point.

Advance Australia Fair was sung before the Origin match in English and what was announced as the language of the Eora nation of the Sydney area by Corey Kirk, a 19-year-old Aborigine.