Neuroscientists are discovering that there may be more to sleep paralysis than we once thought.
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A two-year analysis of nearly a quarter of a million Twitter users reveals how Americans’ social lives are taking a toll on their sleep schedules.
Due to the similarities between these closely-related viruses, mothers who have experienced Zika infections may have babies with a higher risk of suffering severe dengue, and vice versa.
Forty years of community engagement has brought the freshwater turtles of Brazil back from the brink—but lack of funding may imperil conservation.
To shield themselves from bat echolocation, moths don an acoustic cloak of invisibility—using the sound-absorbing scales on their wings.
The flu isn't alone: All infectious diseases might be seasonal, according to a new report.
Scientists are pioneering technology that may someday cool buildings without electricity, while harvesting solar energy at the same time.
Twenty-four hours of the hormone progesterone can kickstart over nine months of limb regeneration in amphibian amputees.