Meir Kryger MD

Meir Kryger, a professor of medicine at Yale has been treating patients with sleep problems for over 40 years and teaching doctors and the public about sleep

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When it was 4 PM in New Haven, the sun was beginning to set. At that time, it was 5 AM and pitch black in Taiwan. Photo of the empty Pierson College Courtyard at 4 pm, by Stephen Davis.
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Remote Learning Through the Eyes of a Teacher and a Student

by Claire Fang, Meir Kryger MD
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After Vaccination: Wear the Damn Mask!

by Meir Kryger MD
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The COVID Pandemic: Finishing Unfinished Business

by Meir Kryger MD
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After the Pandemic: Awakening, Rebirth and Hope

by Meir Kryger MD
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6 Things the World's Top Athletes Can Teach Us About Sleep

by Cheri Mah, Meir Kryger MD
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The SAD Reality About Seasonal Affective Disorder

by Meir Kryger MD
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Telltale Signs of a Good Night’s Sleep

by Meir Kryger MD
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When Will Your Post-Election Depression (or Euphoria) Lift?

by Meir Kryger MD
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3 Ways to Help Sleep-Deprived Teens

by Meir Kryger MD
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The 4 Symptoms of Dangerous Sleep Disorders

by Meir Kryger MD

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People look for retreats for themselves, in the country, by the coast, or in the hills . . . There is nowhere that a person can find a more peaceful and trouble-free retreat than in his own mind. . . . So constantly give yourself this retreat, and renew yourself.

- MARCUS AURELIUS

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