In todays society.

In today’s society, 72 percent of adults spend their time in bed before drifting off to sleep updating or examining their friends status updates on Facebook. The scholarly research commissioned by Travelodge resorts surveyed 6,000 adults to explore the nation’s bedtime habits and crucial findings revealed we have become a nation of ‘Online-A-Holics’. So bad is the issue that seven out of ten Britons are tweeting, poking, surfing and composing on each others’ walls rather than going to sleep. In addition 18 percent of adults send out a daily night-period tweet to their supporters and one in five Britons catch through to tweets from their favourite celebrities and friends in bed.Mackay Award Jessica Shields / New Orleans Saul R. Korey Award in Experimental Neurology Tag Ziats / Houston Movement Disorders Study Award Sponsored by the American Academy of Neurology, the Parkinson’s Disease Basis and the Academy’s Movement Disorders Section and endowed by the Parkinson’s Disease Basis. Caroline Tanner, MD, PhD / Sunnyvale, Calif. Neuroscience Analysis Prize Sponsored by the American Academy of Neurology, American Academy of Neurology Foundation and the young child Neurology Society. Sean Oh / Old Westbury, N.Y. John Solder / Westport, Conn. Christie Wang / Roslyn, N.Y. Child Neurology Neuroscience Analysis Prize Sponsored by the American Academy of Neurology, American Academy of Neurology Foundation, and the Child Neurology Society.