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Helene Benveniste

Helene Benveniste is a scientist at Stony Brook University.[12]She specializes in medicine.[3]She is a member of Departments of Anesthesiology and Radiology.[4]

Since Benveniste published her study in the Journal of Neuroscience in early August, she has received a flood of emails from around the world, including from Brazil, France and Colombia, with people asking about various sleep positions and neurological disorders.[5]

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    Sleep on Your Side to Improve Brain Function, Cut Alzheimer's RiskSoftpedia,2015-08-07
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    Is The Position You Sleep In The Best One For You?Yahoo! News,2015-08-10
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    If Sleeping On Back Increases Risks Of Alzheimer’s Disease, What Does It Do To Our Babies?Inquisitr,2015-08-09
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    Sleep on your side to ward off Alzheimer’sFinancial Express,2015-08-09