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By Kristal Brent Zook
May 23, 2004

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At about 11 p.m. on a Wednesday, 23-year-old Yamara Coutinho, a research subject at Beth Israel Deaconess Medical Center, settled into bed. It would not be a restful night, though. Just as she drifted off, Coutinho -- her face and scalp dotted with electrodes, her head covered with a caplike device used for monitoring sleep -- was jolted awake by ... (Full Article: 721 Words)

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