There may be a city that’s even more sleep deprived than “the city that never sleeps.”
It’s the lazy linguaphile’s dream come true: Scientists say it might be possible to learn a new language while you sleep.
The Morning app wakes you up and instantly lets you know what the weather will be like that day, what your calendar looks like and more.
“The strongest association was found in adults who started marijuana use before age 15,” researchers say.
The Windy app uses 3D audio technology to trick your mind and think that wind is blowing back and forth overhead, lulling you to sleep.
The research revealed that along with the 76 percent of employees that felt tired most days of the week, 40 percent of employees doze off during the day at least once a month, while 15 percent doze off during the day at least one a week.
Prefer to cuddle or need your space? Turns out the way you sleep with your partner could be about more than just comfort.
A report in the journal Stroke has a concerning finding – a link between insomnia and an increased risk of stroke.
Whether it’s a business trip, vacation with family or a solo venture, there’s nothing much worse than feeling under the weather or having an upset stomach from unhealthy foods. Here are 10 tips to stay healthy while traveling.
Ah, caffeine. We drink it during the day to stay awake, but that can sometimes result in sleepless nights. Now, a new app could help with that problem.
As we turn the clocks ahead and lost an hour of sleep this weekend, you’ll see a lot of bleary eyed co-workers on Monday.
Ukee Washington talks with Dr. Calvin Stafford, the medical director of Crozer Keystone Sleep Center at Taylor Hospital, about the importance of sleep.
New research demonstrates that when students at boarding schools began school at 8:25 a.m. (versus 8 a.m.), they were able to get 29 minutes more sleep per night.
The Argus Motion and Fitness Tracker not only counts your steps and maps your daily routine, but monitors your sleep cycles and lets you keep a food diary.
Many Americans struggle with feeling tired, needing a nap. One researcher says something that may happen during a nap could be a clue to whether you’re actually sleep deprived. 3 On Your Side Health Reporter Stephanie Stahl explains.