Madison Stringer

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Madison Stringer is a journalist with a background in neuroscience based in Geneva. She writes about brain and health research to bridge the gap between research and health care. She is currently a fellow in the Dalla Lana Fellowship in Journalism and Health Impact at the University of Toronto.

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by Madison Stringer

‘I can’t quite shut it off’: Prevalence of insomnia a growing concern for women

As women juggle their responsibilities, these duties can take a toll, both emotionally and practically. Societal pressures, maternal concerns and the challenge of balancing multiple roles contribute to women's increased susceptibility to insomnia.

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