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American scientists think they’ve discovered the function of sleep: to clear molecular buildup in the brain in what Guardian science reporter Ian Sample calls a “rubbish disposal service.”
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Researchers discovered subtle changes in the mental processes of women in the year after their final menstrual period, a phase called early post-menopause.
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