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Theresa Fisher

Theresa Fisher is VW's science editor. She does her best sleeping in the early morning light and her best thinking late at night.

Soon You'll Be Able to Beam a Sleep Doctor into Your Bedroom
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Is it time to see a sleep doctor from your bed?
Confessions of a Sleep Drunk
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"Thanks to sleep inertia, I wake up every morning in an impenetrable fog. For the first 30 minutes of each day, I'm a zombie and a liar and not to be trusted."
People With This Common Habit Have More Lucid Dreams
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Well that was easy.
Why It's Time to Double Down on Studying Schizophrenia and Sleep
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A new study opens the door to another set of questions.
Our Dogs Suffer From Sleeping Disorders, Too
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We're not the only ones in our household that toss, turn and run around in their sleep.
It Turns Out There's Little Love for "Lady Viagra" — So Far
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A rough start for the little pink pill.
Listening to Your Annoying Voice Could Make You Happy
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A new study finds a strange link between listening to yourself speak and how you feel.
The Connection Between Nightmares and Hearing Leaves More Questions Than Answers
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Their psychological well-being could depend on it.
This is the Most Sleep-Deprived Demographic in America
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A lot of responsibility and little time for ZZZs.
Can Ambien Help Unconscious People Wake Up?
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Possibly. The strong sedative stimulates brain activity in coma patients.