Theresa Fisher is VW's science editor. She does her best sleeping in the early morning light and her best thinking late at night.
Researchers from the University of Pittsburgh believe there's a real genetic basis for diminished deep sleep. But let's no amplify the results, folks.
Is there any room for Freudian dream interpretation in today's scientific world?
Flibanserin targets the brain, not the blood vessels.
Not crushing it after lunch? A thirty-minute nap or light therapy session can keep you energized all day.
This could be big, people. Researchers from Northwestern have pinpointed sleep-wake mechanism in the brains of mice and fruit flies.
Want to know what a case of the sads really looks like? Dartmouth neuroscientists find signature "negative emotion" brain pattern.
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