As the mom shows, she and her husband sleep in a private bedroom, along with their infant son.
The congresswoman is promoting the Green New Deal, but her use of planes and her aunt's minivan has riled up critics.
Millennials are known for many things — their obsession with social media, their propensity for taking selfies — and yes, even their poor driving skills. In fact, a new study by the AAA Foundation for Traffic Safety found that millennials are the worst-behaved drivers in the United States. Of the 2,511 licensed drivers over the age of 16 surveyed, a shockingly high 88 percent of millennials committed at least one risky behavior while behind the wheel in the past 30 days, according to the report.
Gah! If all this is sounding all too familiar, you might want to shake yourself awake enough to read the latest research which has revealed the real effects sleep deprivation can have on frazzled parents. The results demonstrated that parent’s reaction times are significantly slower and the risk of falling asleep at the wheel increases with lack of sleep even in the short term. A set of triplets from Essex, Robert, Steven and Patrick Davis were all sent to sleep for differing amounts of time over a one night period and asked to take part in a driving simulation exercise the next day.