Some Say Sleep Is The New Status SymbolFor many of us, a good night's rest can be hard to come by. And while we acknowledge the adverse effects, some still claim it as a badge of honor.
Researchers: A Good Night's Sleep Is Like Winning The LotteryBritish researchers studied the sleep patterns of more than 30,000 people over a four year period.
STUDY: Skipping Two Hours Of Sleep May Double Your Crash RiskDrivers who are just one or two hours shy of that recommendation nearly double their risk for a crash the next day, according to a new study.
Study: Late Nights Could Be Doing More Harm To Kids Than You ThinkResearchers at the University Hospital of Zurich suggest that sleep deprivation is affecting children's brains differently than adults'.
More Sleep, More Money? Researchers Find Lack Of Sleep May Cost YouResearchers say more sleep may mean more money in your pocket.
It's OK To Let Your Baby Cry Himself To Sleep, Study FindsA study adds support to the idea that the method is effective and does not cause stress or lasting emotional problems for babies.
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.