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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.

To Relieve Stress and Sadness, Korean Employees Lay in Coffins
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Fake funerals: the classic cure-all.
Yes, We’ve Known About Sleep Orgasms for 60 Years
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This just in: Getting off after nodding off isn’t news.
The Internet Makes Us Narrow-Minded
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We only read the news that's curated for us.
On Sleeping and Sweating, to Live Well and Live Long
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All things in moderation.
Google Is Shattering Our Confidence
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Or maybe librarians' worst fear has come true, and knowledge isn't actually power.
Sleep Disturbances Could Be Key in Curing Alzheimer’s
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Researchers discovered that the degenerative disease eats away at light-receiving eye-cells, therefore disrupting our body clock.
Why You Should Zone Out Today
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Your sense of self may depend on it.
Seemingly Sexist Scientist Declares Women Bad Navigators
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With neuro-sex studies still in their infancy, walking into the lab with gender assumptions doesn't get us anywhere.
Plan on Peddling Some Bullshit Today? Use Big Words
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The secret's out.
To Ace Your Final Exams, You Need More Sleep
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Break the curve with solid sleep.