Too Much Sleep Linked To A Greater Risk Of Disease And Death, Study Finds The recommended amount of sleep for adults is six to eight hours a night.
Study: Less Sleep Associated With Risky, Suicidal Behavior In TeensThe amount a teenager sleeps is associated with how likely they are to engage in risky and suicidal behavior, a new study said.
Sleeping In On The Weekends Can Help You Live Longer, Study FindsA new study suggests that sleeping in on your days off can offset a lack of sleep during the work week.
Average Americans Have 60 Bad Days A Year, Survey FindsA new survey claims that the average American spends two months worth of each year suffering through a "bad day."
Eating Fish Makes Kids Smarter And Sleep Better, Study SaysA study found that children who ate fish at least twice a week scored nearly five points higher on IQ tests taken at age 12.
Too Much Sleep Is Linked With More Nightmares, Study FindsAccording to a new study, sleeping more than nine hours a night is linked with more nightmares.
Having A Purpose In Life Leads To Better Sleep, Study FindsThere are many ways to try and improve quality of sleep, but the solution might not be found in a department store: it may be in your mind.
Getting Less Than 7 Hours Of Sleep May Lead To Obesity, Study FindsPeople who consistently get less than seven hours of sleep per night are more likely to be obese, a new study finds.
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'.