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By Deepa Burman, Hiren Muzumdar, The Conversation
These ideas can improve both your physical and emotional wellbeing in 2019.
By Julia Griffin
Early school start times make kids feel jetlagged every day, says behavioral and social scientist Wendy Troxel. She shares her humble opinion on why it’s time to change kids’ morning routines.
By PBS NewsHour
From shaking pillowcases to cooling mattress pads to smart belts for your pajamas, sleep technology has arrived. But not all of it's scientifically valid.
By Megan Thielking, STAT
Children’s hospitals are now adopting some of the strategies used to foster better sleep at hospitals serving adults.
By Shefali Luthra, Kaiser Health News
By Nsikan Akpan
One half of the human brain keeps night watch when people sleep in a new place, according to a study from Brown University.
Personal genetics company 23andMe found a profile of traits related to being a morning person.
By Laura Santhanam
A new report reveals how little sleep single parents get compared to adults who either live in two-parent households or without children.
By Nsikan Akpan, Jaclyn Diaz
Which drugs wipe away dreams? Do cats dream? Plus other FAQs answered by a panel of sleep experts.
A renaissance is happening in the collective understanding of REM -- rapid eye movement -- sleep, which may yield a day when scientists could shut off nightmares and dreams.
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