24-Hour London Underground Service Will Hurt Shift Workers
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London train workers are protesting having to work late-night shifts.
Why Teens Will Benefit From Later School Start Times
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Many studies have proven teenagers should be starting school later. So why aren't they?
Is Being On Call Healthier than Being at Work?
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If you're tethered to a phone or screen, you're not off-duty.
How I Sleep: Poet Matthew Zapruder
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The poet and essayist Matthew Zapruder discusses how sleep affects creativity and how he's learning to cope with being a new dad.
Rethinking Our Rest: The Science Behind Polyphasic Sleeping
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What if there was a way to unshackle yourself from the constraints of the normal sleep cycle and nod off as many as six hours less per night without feeling dazed, sleep deprived or anything but well-rested? Welcome to the world of polyphasic sleep.
Drawing from His Dreams: Meet Lee Hadwin, the Sleepwalking Artist
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Described as an anomaly by the world's most renowned sleep clinics, Lee Hadwin, known as the sleepwalking artist, is able to produce beautiful drawings while asleep.
Teasing Coworkers? You’re Probably Keeping Them up at Night
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Kids can be cruel, but so can adults. Put people of any age within the confines of an office or playground and someone becomes Piggy: Research suggests that anywhere from five to 20 percent of adults get bullied at work. One of the many ...
The Upside of Nightmares: Why Bad Dreams May Be Our Best Friend
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Could the nightmares that terrify us actually be the most beneficial part of our night's sleep?
Sleep Is the Next Great Class Struggle: A Conversation with RM Vaughan
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Novelist, playwright and artist RM Vaughan discusses his new book Bright Eyed and why sleep will soon be a sought after commodity.
The Sexism Behind Telling Cara Delevingne to “Take A Nap”
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You're just fine, Cara.