Theresa Fisher is VW's science editor. She does her best sleeping in the early morning light and her best thinking late at night.
High-five, Bearded Dragon.
The one-or-so percent of us who are pathologically indifferent to the welfare of others appear to have one enviable trait: They sleep like logs.
Leaving work unfinished on Friday can lead to restless Saturday and Sunday nights.
As it turns out, we're wired to stay semi-awake until new digs feel familiar.
The sleep-deprived are more likely to take advice — and less likely to care who's giving it.
Hit the sack, ditch the Kleenex.
Should sleep be incentivized?
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