Ever wondered why we are often told to get adequate sleep the night before an exam? Researchers at the Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine find that a key purpose of sleep is to recalibrate the brain cells responsible for learning and memory so the animals can "solidify" lessons learned and use them when they awaken.
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