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Getting a good night's sleep is so important, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention calls "insufficient" sleep a public health epidemic. New technology may be part of the problem.
Driving drowsy is a huge problem around the holidays.
According to researchers, emailing and typing on the computer throughout the day can lead to long pauses in breathing, similar to issues prompted by the condition known as sleep apnea.
A new report finds that talk therapy sessions could help fight depression -- without anti-depressant drugs.
One of the keys to fighting childhood obesity may be as simple as getting more sleep, a new study finds.
Hormones may dictate the best time of day to drink some java.
Sunday, Nov. 3 is a day many adults look forward to, and one many parents dread.
Insomnia may feel awful from head to toe, but the effects might not translate to actual performance.
How do your sleep habits stack up to other countries? A National Sleep Foundation study compares the average hours of sleep people in six countries get on work nights.
A study of 11,000 kids monitored at ages 3, 5 and 7 found that those who had irregular bedtimes scored lower on cognitive tests.
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