Today in the News: Sleep deprivation could hurt brain, study says
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According to a new study published in the Journal of Neuroscience, when you lose sleep, no matter if you "make it up" later, you may be damaging your brain. Scientists studying mice found that when sleep deprivation occurs, it damages their brains, and they believe the same thing may be happening with humans.
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"What we need is to know the truth, to know where the plane is. We have had enough. Malaysian government are liars." - Relative of one of the missing passengers aboard Malaysia Airlines Flight 370. Tensions are boiling over for family members, who say they are upset with Malaysia's handling of the situation.
Hot video: Obama chooses Michigan State for NCAA win
President Barack Obama filled out his bracket for the NCAA men's basketball championship in a segment on ESPN. The president selected Michigan State over defending champion Louisville for the title.
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