We’ve Hated Homework Since We Invented It, So Why Can’t We Lose It?
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We’ve hated homework since we invented it, so why can’t we lose it?
How Do Astronauts Sleep in Space?
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With 16 sunrises every 24 hours, shut-eye gets complicated.
Are the Post-Sex Blues a Diagnosable Condition?
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When the deed is done, and the sads start.
What We Can Learn from the World’s Longest Hibernator
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The edible dormouse goes quiet for 11 months or more. Why can’t we do that?
Dream Griever
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Near the anniversary of his mother's death, the writer is plagued by vivid, tragic dreams. Can these painful episodes actually help him grieve?
Love in the Time of Co-Sleeping
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In any marriage, a couple must learn where they fall on the big issues. But sleep-training your children rarely comes up in the conversation.
A Rookie’s Guide to Camping Out for 'Saturday Night Live' Tickets
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Dying for the opportunity to see "Saturday Night Live," well, live? Here's what you need to know to make it through the night.
“Married” Spotlights Sleep-Eating on Season Finale
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Nat Faxon wound up sleep-scarfing on the season finale of the woefully-underrated show
The LAPD’s Helicopters Stir Up Much More Than Noise
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Unaffectionately known as “ghetto birds,” the LAPD’s police choppers keep residents awake — and also perpetuate stereotypes.
When it Comes to Bed-Sharing, There Is No Global Norm
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Should I co-sleep with my kid? Should spouses have separate beds? Around the world, the answers change.