Springing Forward One Hour May Lead To Increased Risk Of Heart AttacksThis is especially the case for people with a history of heart disease.
Researchers: Lack Of Sleep May Lead To Poor Food Choices, Similar To Effects Of MarijuanaResearchers say they have found a link between lack of sleep and overeating.
CDC Ranks Sleep-Deprived StatesExperts say for good health, adults need at least seven hours of sleep each night.
Study: Lack Of Sleep May Be Associated With ObesityResearchers explored whether short sleep is linked to more time spent secondary eating or drinking, meaning eating or drinking while primarily engaged in another activity, such as watching television.
Health: Sleeping Naked Helps Body Get More Restful SleepThe National Sleep Foundation says hitting the sack sans night clothes can have some health benefits that come from better shut-eye.
Study: Lack Of Sleep Linked To The Common ColdIn fact, researchers say people are four to five times more susceptible to falling prey to the virus.
CDC: Most Schools Start Classes Too EarlyWith 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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Uniqlo Wake Up AppThe 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.
New Sleep Guidelines ReleasedThe American Thoracic Society issued new recommendations Monday.
Pillow AppAny alarm app can wake you up, but Pillow aims to ensure that you wake up at the optimal time.
Study: Those Who Don't Work 9-5 Shift Are Prone To Health IssuesThe 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.