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Coronavirus outbreak is very scary because of Chinese Lunar New Year migration; The mechanism and problems of the sleep aid Suvorexant, brand name Belsomra; Email with a variety of topics: dead space in the lung, asthma and microbiome, healthy oils; Coronary calcium score and coronary artery disease -- Caller has a very high level; Chronotherapy addresses the best times to take meds and progressive resetting of sleep time for insomnia; Don’t take anti-inflammatories at night after surgery; Slow wave sleep is important to cleanup brain cell waste like beta amyloid