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Sleep may trigger rhythmic power washing in the brain
by Laura Sanders
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31 October 2019
On 31 October 2019 Science News reported:
Every 20 seconds, a wave of fresh cerebrospinal fluid rolls into the sleeping brain. These slow, rhythmic blasts, described for the first time in the November 1 [issue of the journal] Science, may help explain why sleep is so important for brain health.
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