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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.

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.
Is it Okay to Sleep in My Bra?
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Is there a right way for breasts to rest?