Let’s say that you, like 50 million other people in America alone, suffer from some kind of sleep disorder. A logical step would be to visit a sleep clinic. But is that really the best way to have your sleep patterns analyzed? For one thing, no one really sleeps that well in a new space. For another, the electrodes attached to your skin could wake you up when they pull and pinch as you toss and turn. MIT researchers believe they have a better solution: beaming you with radio waves in your own home.
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