Home > Newsletters > Daily: Love or hate Earth Hour? > Daily Dose: Esidimeni: body found dumped in rundown mortuary > Health-in-Motion Updated 17 October 2016 What’s the most potent study secret for students? What’s the most potent study secret for students? It may well be a well-timed nap. According to research published in the journal 'Psychological Science' earlier this year, getting some shut-eye in between study sessions can reduce the amount of time required to relearn things while at the same time resulting in much improved long-term retention of facts. Psychologists have known for some time that sleeping after learning is beneficial, but the new findings indicate that sleeping between two separate study periods makes this strategy even more effective. 0 More: Daily Dose: Esidimeni: body found dumped in rundown mortuaryHealth-in-Motion advertisement Other news News Win R5 000 with the Health of the Nation Survey Lifestyle What sets skin peels apart? Lifestyle Tired of the ups and downs of yo-yo dieting? Mental health What the Rorschach test can reveal about you Medical Here’s why swimming is good for asthmatic kids Mental health Mercury in fish may raise ALS risk From our sponsors 10 facts about diabetes and insulin you need to know How to care for your vaginal flora JHB - Free Caregiver Workshop with TENA experts - 15 February JHB - Free home visit and assessment with a TENA nurse advisor Live healthier Hello? » SEE: Interesting facts about hearing loss Earworms: Let it go Is it bad to sleep with earplugs all the time? SEE: Do women hear better than men? The reason why men often appear not to be listening could be because they actually can't hear you. Confident smile? » Acidic drinks can harm your kids' smiles The facts on bleaching your teeth Am I taking good care of my teeth? Why are my teeth stained? We know the rules – brush your teeth twice a day and floss to keep them healthy. But, have you ever wondered what causes those stains that sometimes appear?