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Each week, we find, curate and share the most relevant bedding and mattress news stories from across the web. Check out what we're reading this week.
- Spring Issue Release | The spring issue of Sleep Retailer has arrived. In it you'll find—our cover story, Brooklyn Bedding Can Help You Build You Brand, a Q&A all about the power of aromatherapy in sleep products, a pillow-oriented product focus and much more. View the issue in digital PDF form here and in web story form here.
- Got an old comforter and pillows? Don't throw it out. According to Lifehacker, you can donate them to an animal shelter.
- Get updates on Bed Bath and Beyond's stock in this story from The Street, this one from The Motley Fool and this one from Barron's.
- BEDGEAR is teaming up with Mathis Brothers Furniture to partner with the 2019 Oklahoma City Memorial Marathon. Check out the story from Sleep Retailer.
- Get the electronic sleep device industry report from Mark Talk News.
- Serta Simmons Bedding announces its CEO transition. Read more in this article from Sleepretailer.com.
- Denver Mattress is launching an athlete's choice mattress. The full press release is available here from PR Newswire.
- The Dos Marcos podcast recently hit 100 episodes. Kinsley and Quinn are celebrating by bringing on a sponsor. Learn more in this update from Sleep Retailer.
- Google Cloud for retail is digitally transforming shopping. Find out how and why in this story from Tech Republic.
- Malouf recently launched a new media resources section in its wholesale resource center. Learn more about the new assets and how to access them in this post at Sleepretailer.com.
Science & Fun Stuff
- Find out the genetic causes of poor sleep in this release from Science Daily.
- 21 things no one told you about your sleep health—a story from Bustle.
- Is screen time before bed actually bad? This study from Science Daily says maybe not.
- A Pew Research Center survey found that 34% of Americans take daily naps. In this contributed story from Forbes, the author considers what has changed that has made midday (even at work) naps acceptable—and common—today.
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