Wed 19 March 2014, The Independent

Lost sleep could cause 'permanent damage to brain cells' scientists warn

By Heather Saul
Sleepless nights could prove more damaging than previously thought, after the results of a new study suggested sleep deprivation can lead to a permanent loss of brain cells.
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