School of Medicine professor Strohl discusses American reliance on sleeping pills

Breaking the shackles of insomnia: Many Americans rely too heavily on pills, Cleveland doctors say

The Plain Dealer: More than 30 million people in the U.S. use sleeping pills, but many there are side effects. “In head-to-head comparisons, Ambien and cognitive behavioral therapy are equally effective, until it comes time for you to stop,” said School of Medicine professor Kingman Strohl.