Brain activity of nematodes seeking food offers new view on sleep

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University of Oregon researchers say the neural circuitry of foraging behavior is similar to fragmentation in human sleep disorders. If you have trouble sleeping, the neurons in your brain may be firing like those in roundworms randomly seeking food in the absence of clues, says University of Oregon…