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October 26, 2009

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A Dreamhelmet sleep mask sound-blocking pillow combination lets you comfortably sleep on the plane, and has secret pockets for credit cards, money, meds – already loaded with soft foam earplugs. Travel insiders know about them; sold only online http://www.dreamhelmet.com.

I couldn't believe the NWA story. Couldn't they at least take turns taking naps? 1 hour without contact is insane! I mean atleast get a flight attendant to cover tfor them no? Ha!

Thought readers of your blog might be interested in a clinical research study now enrolling people with a past head injury who feel sleepy during the day. This study is going on at various study centers around the US. Go to this website for more information: www.HeadSleepStudy.com.

Best,

Lisa

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