Summer vacations are winding down and the school year is set to begin soon. That means children and parents are going to have to readjust their sleep schedules.
Brookings Institution economists have shown that early start times for high schoolers – which often means sleep deprivation – have reduced academic performance and earning potential.
Robots to the rescue for the millions of people who suffer with a common sleep problem.
AlarmDroid allows you to customize your alarm and program as many snoozes as you want.
Doctors say it’s as simple as following time-honored advice: get a good night’s sleep.
Research has shown that a loss of sleep is linked to a higher risk of obesity; however, one Temple University professor wants to find out if getting more sleep will help one lose weight.
Sleep researchers report a little nap can make you much more aggressive and also intuitive.
If you want to stay sharp, you need your eight hours of sleep, right? But many people say eight hours is a luxury they can’t afford.
We know that sleep is very important, but according to a new report, when you combine a lack of sleep with stress, it can lead to big problems, especially when it comes to weight loss.
Students go back to school with the latest calculators and the hottest styles but they don’t get armed with the latest research into how best to learn.
by KYW’s medical editor Dr. Brian McDonough Call it the power of advertising but a few years ago restless leg syndrome was a condition that few knew about despite the fact that it has long […]
by KYW’s medical editor Dr. Brian McDonough Starting school just a half-hour later may make teens cheerier and more motivated according to researchers at the University of Rhode Island.
As someone who once slept through three different alarm clocks and barely made it to the start of the Philadelphia Marathon, I know some folks just need wakeup calls.