Michael Q. Bullerdick

What “Sleep” Will Be Like in 2020, 2030 and Beyond
Dream-cations, sleep-learning and Zzz-inducing technology are just a few decades away, according to people who spend their time theorizing about the future.
The Unique Worldview and Dream Life of the Amazon’s Achuar People
For this indigenous Amazon people, much of life revolves around the practice of dreaming. It's a deep tradition that's shaped their society — and helped keep them safe — for thousands of years.
Asleep or Dead? The Bizarre Case of India’s “Sleeping Prophet"
In September, an Indian High Court trial will meet to determine whether a politically influential Hindu guru is dead or merely in a deep, sleep-like meditative state. The winner will be awarded his body and, likely, $170 million fortune.
Early Hindus Had a Kama Sutra for Sleeping Positions
And it factored greatly into their day-to-day lives.
Three Alternative Therapies Proven to Help Fight Insomnia
Before you reach for those pills, you might consider one of these three alternative therapies, which are proven to help the sleepless achieve sweet dreams.
A Guide to the Creepy Crawlers That Could Inhabit Your Bed — And How to Defeat Them
No, this isn't a pleasant tour. But, as some well-informed cartoon soldiers once told us, knowing is half the battle.
Enter Sandman: The Strange Evolution of One of Europe’s Oldest Sleep Fables
Before the Chordettes sang about him, the bringer of dreams was a menacing figure who threatened to mutilate children. Here's a look at his twisted evolution.
Deconstructing Sleep Crimes: What Happens When You Murder Someone in Your Sleep?
The author of "The Sleepwalk Killers: The Nightmare Truth About Violence During Sleep" discusses the complex and frightening world of somnambulant crimes.
What You Need to Know About Sleep Training, Self-Soothing and Infant Circadian Rhythms
A conversation with the authors of "The Informed Parent: A Science Based Resource For Your Child's First Four Years."