The lauded, sleep-inducing vapor spared millions from the pain of surgery — and then got demoted to shameful substance.
November 10, 2010 was going to be a big day for Kamil Shaunay Arrington. The 21 year old had endured weeks of physically and emotionally taxing demands from the higher-up members of East Carolina University chapter of the Delta Sigma The...
How the Dance Marathons of the 1930s Made Sleep Deprivation a Sport — and Paved the Way for Reality TV
While innocent at first, the events evolved to a point where exhaustion was a spectator sport complete with scripted scams, big money and lots of dangerously tired dancers.
Electronic logs are supposed to ensure drivers get regular sleep. But the equipment imposes new schedules, which may do more harm than good
While there are plenty of studies on parents co-sleeping with infants, few explore the affects of sibling co-sleeping. A few researchers, however, have some fascinating insight.
One can of Rip It shuttles roughly 100mg of caffeine into someone's system. It's cheap, effective and, if you're in the military, as essential as ammunition.
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