When 80-year-new Regis Philbin bid farewell last week to his longtime stint as daytime talk show co-host, the Los Angeles Times seized the opportunity to revisit various studies that followed the health of retirees after they left their jobs. Among the statistics cited was a 2009 study from the journal SLEEP, which looked at the sleeping habits of 14,714 retirees who worked for a French national gas and electric company. They were interviewed seven years before and after retiring. The conclusion? Sleep improved significantly after retirement.
Regis Philbin’s exit brings to mind SLEEP study about retirees
2011-11-21T00:00:00+00:00November 21st, 2011|Professional Development|
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