And the brief and exciting fling that followed.
From noticing the disease in the 1600s to pinpointing its cause in the 2000s.
For 75 years, scientists have looked for a connection between gum-chewing and cognition. Does one exist?
It was once the ultimate sign of affection. Now, it's only done as an homage to more innocent times. What gives?
Is ignorance about a poor night's sleep really bliss?
How did our ancestors sleep? Does it matter?
Some advice for conking out on the road.
Researchers are hard at work on a method of memory activation that could not only help people learn languages faster, but also help people eliminate terrifying remembrances. The best part? It'll happen while we sleep.
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