How Andy Warhol's 1963 film "Sleep" Paved the Way For Today's Pop Art Stunts
The film, a five hour and 21-minute clip of Warhol's then-lover sleeping, is less about the act of rest than it is the man behind the camera.
How to Sleep in Winter
Resting through winter blues and sore throats.
Dating by Chronotype: Do Morning People Belong Together?
Morning and night people have different biological tendencies. If we factor this into how we find love, will we ultimately be happier?
Where's the Rainbow? The Missing Science of How Gay Couples Sleep
A decade of research on relationships and sleep is a heteros-only party.
How the Hays Code Forced On-Screen Couples into Separate Beds — and Changed Hollywood Forever
The Hays Code, created in the 1930s to uphold moral standards, not only affected sex and violence, but also how men and women could interact on screen. Bed sharing was a no-no.
How Did Amelia Earhart Sleep While Flying Around the World?
A little insight into the in-flight sleep habits of the pilot, champion of women's rights and wearer of awesome pants.
Is There Finally a Solution to the Nightmare of Sleep Paralysis?
A neuroscientist has discovered what causes sleep paralysis — and may have found a way to vanquish the demons for good.