In fact, researchers say people are four to five times more susceptible to falling prey to the virus.
With the school year around the corner, the Centers for Disease Control says if a child’s classes start before 8:30 in the morning, the student may not be getting enough sleep, leading to health risks.
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The Uniqlo Wake Up app stirs you from your slumber with automatically created music that’s based on the weather outside, the time of day and the day of the week.
The American Thoracic Society issued new recommendations Monday.
Any alarm app can wake you up, but Pillow aims to ensure that you wake up at the optimal time.
The research looked at more than 1,500 workers and found nearly half of all shift workers are overweight, have sleep problems and are more likely to develop issues like diabetes.
There has been a great deal of talk recently about obesity and all of the contributing factors that we may or may not be aware of.
Those with breathing problems like snoring and sleep apnea were diagnosed with mild cognitive impairment about 10 years earlier than people who did not have sleep-related breathing problems.
Sunny is a collection of a variety of beach sounds that can act as a calming influence to help you sleep, meditate or just relax
The Power Nap app lets you get just the right amount of sleep – and wakes you up in time so that you don’t feel groggy.
The one thing you do at night that could derail your diet, there’s new research on the sleep connection.
Health: Study Finds Using Light-Emitting Electronic Devices Before Bedtime Could Be Keeping You Awake Longer
Many of us spend hours in front of our electronic devices in the evening hours. Now, a new study finds that could be the reason you’re not getting enough sleep.
Guess what causes more than 20% of traffic fatalities. Not what you think.
Night terrors, which can occur in a child’s first few hours of sleep, can be dramatic for parents and caregivers.