Home > Newsletters > Daily: Love or hate Earth Hour? > Daily Dose: Should female employees get 'first day of period' leave? > 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: Should female employees get 'first day of period' leave?Health-in-Motion advertisement Other news Medical See what your doctor can discover, just by using a torch Medical Is flying with sinusitis dangerous? Medical This potential health risk of a cockroach will shock you Medical Are you suffering from allergies or sinusitis? Medical 7 dangerous conditions that start with a simple cough Lifestyle 5 diseases that can keep you out of the office for months From our sponsors How erectile dysfunction can affect relationships Coping with the fear of cancer IBS affects 15% of people around the world The evolution of asthma treatment Live healthier Could it be? » Can coughing help you during a heart attack? Is it a cold or an allergy? 7 myths about cough 7 dangerous conditions that start with a simple cough Here's why you should never ignore a persistent cough... Do you know the difference? » 6 ways sinusitis can cause a mysterious 'brain fog' Here’s how sinusitis can lead to brain swelling Are you suffering from allergies or sinusitis? Sometimes symptoms can be misleading, and you’re not quite sure if what you’ve got is allergic rhinitis or sinusitis. Here’s how to spot the difference.